We won! And we won it together.
Last night Property Industry EYE won the accolade of Property Trade Magazine of the Year in the Property Press Awards.
We were up against Garden Design Journal, Letting Agent Today, Landlord Today, Property Investor Today, The Negotiator, and Show House.
The judges specifically commented on the engagement that we have with you, our readers.
So, we cannot thank you enough.
The award, at the ceremony in central London, was collected by EYE managing director Nick Salmon, who said: “I can only pay tribute to all the astonishingly hard work that our team has put in since our launch just over three years ago.”
Rosalind Renshaw, editor of EYE, said: “I really am thrilled.
“Most of all, I would like to thank our loyal, disloyal, clever, argumentative, witty and combative readers, whose input is greater than anything I can contribute. You have made it what we are.”
Many congratulations also to our writer Marc Shoffman, who was shortlisted as freelance property journalist of the year. In his tightly contested category, the winner was the incredibly talented Martina Lees.
Our own Marc was also shortlisted in last week’s financial journalist of the year awards.
In other results last night, we congratulate Oliver Shah, awarded property journalist of the year; and the great Peter Bill, winner of the lifetime achievement award – a gong awarded to Rosalind three years ago.
Graham Norwood, who edits Estate Agent Today, won social media influencer of the year, while property columnist of the year went to Jules Birch. Property commentator of the year was Henry Pryor.