INNES ENGLAND is celebrating after clinching a prestigious award at the East Midlands Property Dinner ceremony on Thursday night (29 September).
The firm was awarded the ‘Agent of the Year’ accolade topping a strong year for the property consultancy and adding to the success of its 25th anniversary celebrations.
With offices in Nottingham, Derby and Leicester, Innes England completed many high profile deals across the region focusing on the industrial, office, retail, leisure, land and investment sectors for its clients.
Tim Garratt, managing director at Innes England, said: “We are thrilled to have won the award for agent of the year once again as the competition in the category was fierce.
“We have had another busy and productive year across the East Midlands, securing a great deal of high profile work and strengthening the team with recent appointments across all three offices.
“This recent award reflects the strength of the business and is also testament to the hard work being put in by the team to achieve results and deliver deals for our clients. It is a great boost for the firm, especially in our 25th anniversary year.”
One of the successes highlighted by the award win was Innes England’s appointment to market the Boots Enterprise Zone - one of the most significant regeneration sites in the East Midlands for a number of years and a real coup for the firm.
The site has outline planning consent for some 900,000 sq ft of new commercial space and up to 675 new homes and detailed consent for a new public highway.
Tim added: “The Boots deal was very exciting and a significant achievement for Innes England. The site is also hugely important for the regeneration and growth of Nottingham.
“In recognition of its importance regionally, we want to ensure that this site is used to create a legacy for the city so will be looking to create a health, beauty and wellbeing-led mixed use ‘urban village’ with a mix of commercial and residential development.”
The firm was also responsible for the off market sale of Poynt North to Blenheim Chalcot which is now home to tech hub Accelerate Places Nottingham.