Nominations for the Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards are now open.
Nomination is quick and easy – nominate your deserving project today!
About the Awards
Hosted by Property Council New Zealand with the support of Principal Sponsor Rider Levett Bucknall, the Property Industry Awards is the most prestigious property awards programme in New Zealand, celebrating excellence in design and innovation in the built environment for over 25 years.
The Awards showcase superior examples of iconic projects in property development and investment across a broad range of sectors and design disciplines, recognising outstanding projects, developments and refurbishments. Award winners are the best of the best; projects that provide an outstanding return or delivery of service potential on investment of funds, creating value for owners, tenants and the wider community.
The Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards culminate at the Awards Dinner in Tamaki Makaurau Auckland, a spectacular celebration that attracts over 1,500 property professionals as we crown the industry’s best projects.
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2024 Key Dates
Call for nominations | OPEN NOW!
Nominations close | Wednesday 31 January 2024
Submissions due | Wednesday 28 February 2024
Awards Dinner & Ceremony | Friday 14 June 2024
Catch a glimpse of the 2023 highlights!
Project entries include courthouses, cathedrals, churches, police stations, libraries, art galleries, museums, town halls and correctional facilities.
Project entries include buildings with a predominant use of office space and can comprise new developments or substantive building refurbishments.
Project entries include multi-unit residential developments and public or social housing developments.
Project entries include schools, universities, childcare centres and other learning facilities.
Project entries include developments that specifically utilise innovation and demonstrate the application of green building principles.
Project entries include the renewal of historic precincts, heritage or adaptive reuse of existing building projects (substantive building refurbishments) and conservation projects.
Project entries include retirement villages with independent and serviced units, hospitals associated with a village and other specialist wards.
Project entries include warehouses, factories and storage facilities where the predominant use is industrial.
Project entries include apartment complexes, hotels, retirement facilities, multi-unit residential developments.
Project entries include shopping centres, show-rooms and mixed use developments with a significant retail presence.
Project entries include tourist facilities, sports centres and training facilities, hospitality venues and hotels where the predominant use is tourism or leisure based.