The Outstanding Property award is open to commercial and residential Property Developers from around the world who believe their developments demands recognition and attention from leading industry experts.
OPAL differs from other awards by dividing entries in the three sectors of Property Development, Architecture, and Interior design thus creating a dynamic meeting platform across the industry sectors. The jury for Property Developers will therefore not only be reviewed by distinguished developers but also by property investors and alike who has the potential to take on developers for their projects. OPAL is your perfect platform for your project to be noticed. The award is not an endorsement from sponsors or judges but is a recognition of achievement within the Property Developer category by an expert jury panel.
Entries are for a single development project. It must have been completed within the last 5 years. It can also be a planned project, a project under development or a conceptual project. An entry is not to be regarded as an opportunity to present your company portfolio. Your company will be recognised through the strength and quality of your single development entry. Should you wish to enter more than one development, another entry needs to be submitted.
The OPAL award is given for the creativity, vision, and quality of design, construction, and presentation of your development. Contribution towards sustainability is also highly regarded by the Jury.
Winning an OPAL Award offers invaluable marketing opportunities:
- Winners Seal to promote your Award online and in print.
- Winners Certificate
- Complimentary Invitation to the Awards ceremony in London
- A permanent online profile on the winners’ page
Receiving an OPAL award increases your exposure to the market and is a great opportunity to acquiring new business as a direct result of winning the award. Award winners report positive results including higher awareness, sales and boosts morale amongst colleagues.
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