We’re so thrilled to announce that our work on the York Theatre Royal has been shortlisted for two awards as part of the prestigious RICS Yorkshire and Humber Awards.
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Awards was created to showcase the most inspirational regional initiatives and development in land, property and construction. It’s an opportunity for surveyors, architects and organisations in property and construction to demonstrate their talent and work over the past year.
Split into regions, such as Yorkshire and Humber, South East, Scotland etc, ensures that projects across the UK are giving the attention and acclaim they deserve. With a variety of categories to enter, all demonstrating how professionals develop, regenerate and conserve the environment with live and work in, York Theatre Royal has been shortlisted in the ‘Building Conservation’ and ‘Tourism and Leisure’ categories.
York Theatre Royal has been nominated alongside a selection of fantastic projects undergone over the past 12 months including; Wakefield Cathedral and Victoria Quarter in Leeds for Building Conservation, and Yorkshire Event Centre in Harrogate and Ilkley Lawn and Squash Club for the Tourism and Leisure Award.
Our chartered surveyor team, led by Director of Building Surveying, Ian Smith, worked closely with our client York Conservation Trust and architects, De Matos Ryan, throughout this project. This strong collaborative approach, has led to an extraordinary theatre and leisure space for York and its community. To read all about our work on York Theatre Royal, read our case study here.
The RICS Yorkshire and Humber Awards takes place on 12 May 2017 at Centenary Pavilion Leeds United Football Club, Leeds. .