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Redrow South Wales Named as Finalist in Cardiff Property Awards

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Redrow’s South Wales division has been shortlisted for two prestigious awards at this year’s Cardiff Property Awards.

The national housebuilder is a finalist in both the Developer and Employer of the Year categories, the winners of which will be announced on the 8th November at a ceremony taking place at The Exchange Hotel in Cardiff.

The awards celebrate the best of the Cardiff property sector, from residential to commercial, lettings and new builds.

A series of independent judges will review the companies on the shortlist and decide which will receive the accolade for each of the 18 award categories.

The Developer award recognises companies delivering ‘progressive residential and/or commercial buildings, fit for purpose and the future’.

For the Employer of the Year category, judges will consider a range of employment factors including levels of staff retention and any incentives and projects the companies are working on now and for the future.

This adds to a series of successes for the homebuilder in the past twelve months, with planning director Jane Carpenter named Property Personality of the Year at Insider’s Wales Property Awards 2019; receiving the top Five Star rating by the Home Builders Federation (HBF); and five South Wales site managers named as finalists in the 2019 NHBC Pride in the Job Awards.

Nigel Palmer, managing director of Redrow South Wales, commented:

“We are thrilled to have been shortlisted in the Developer and Employer of the Year categories at the Cardiff Property Awards.

“We pride ourselves on being a fantastic place to work and valuing our employees is at the heart of being able to build thriving communities and to do so sustainably and responsibly. We are delighted that 94 per cent of our colleagues are proud to work for Redrow.

“Being named as finalists for these is testament to the hard work of the South Wales team and we’re looking forward to celebrating our achievements at the event.”