Here is the full list of winners from the Yorkshire Property Awards

A number of Leeds-based property schemes were honoured at the awards.A number of Leeds-based property schemes were honoured at the awards.
A number of Leeds-based property schemes were honoured at the awards.
HULL’s Fruit Market and Channel 4’s new headquarters in Leeds were among the winners at an event which celebrated the region’s finest property developments.

The two regeneration schemes triumphed in the The Game Changers category, alongside Quarry Hill Campus in Leeds, at the Yorkshire Property Awards organised by Variety, the Children’s Charity.

The annual event, which was held virtually this year, celebrates the achievements of businesses in the Yorkshire commercial property sector.

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The winner in the office deal of the year category was the letting of 3150 Thorpe Park to SharkNinja, while the letting of Logic Leeds to a major global retailer was voted industrial deal of the year.

The investment deal of the year was the sale of 7 and 8 Wellington Place in Leeds to Legal & General Pensions Limited and the best innovation project trophy was awarded to York Biotech Campus.

Emerald Headingley Stadium triumphed in the constructing excellence category while Tom Hodgson of Pudney Shuttleworth was voted the sector’s rising star.

Charlotte Farrington, Regional Development Director of Variety, the Children’s Charity said, “As well as congratulating all of our winners, I’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has rallied behind Variety in a time of great need.

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“Earlier this year, Variety saw all income streams dry up overnight but when we called, the property sector responded. Together, they raised a tremendous £120,000 to enable us to continue our important work.”

The Leeds-based law firm Addleshaw Goddard, was the headline sponsor.

Bruce Lightbody, a partner, at Addleshaw Goddard said: “The quality, drive and vision of our region’s real estate sector has never been so important.”

The other sponsors are CEG, Walker Morris, Barclays, Castlehouse Construction, GRAHAM, Network Space Management, Palace Capital, Richard Boothroyd & Associates, The Yorkshire Post, DS Emotion, Verdion, Potter Space, Interserve, Rex Procter and Partners, Stephen George and Partners, Turner & Townsend, Quod and JPG.

Here is a full list of the winners:

Office Deal of the Year

The Letting of 3150 Thorpe Park to SharkNinja

Industrial Deal of the Year

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The Letting of Logic Leeds to a High-Profile Global Retailer

Investment Deal of the Year

The Sale of No.7 & 8 Wellington Place to Legal & General Pensions Limited

Best Innovation Project

York Biotech Campus

Constructing Excellence

Emerald Headingley Stadium

The Game Changers

Quarry Hill Campus

Hull Fruit Market

Rising Star

Tom Hodgson, Pudney Shuttleworth

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