The best developments, architecture and interior design from across the length and breadth of Europe were celebrated at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square on September 24th. The leading property professionals behind these outstanding projects were invited to attend the European Property Awards in association with Yamaha and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Colliers International received the 5* award for Best Property Consultancy in Poland in the category:  Property Consultancy for Poland. This is  the highest level of national award available. Colliers  International in Poland also secured a second award for Best Property Consultancy Europe.

“I am very excited and proud  to find out that our Company received such  a prestigious recognition. This is our first award in this competition and I am happy that we are among companies that celebrated the highest levels of achievement in real estate industry. I would also like to emphasize that this award would not  be granted to us without our clients confidence and trust. In this way this is also their award“ commented Monika Rajska – Wolińska, Managing Partner, Colliers International, Poland.

These awards, combined with the other regional awards’ programmes for Arabia, Asia Pacific, Africa, the UK and the Americas, form the globally renowned International Property Awards. Now in their 19th year, they are the world’s most prestigious property competition and cover residential as well as commercial categories.

Judging was carried out through a meticulous process involving a panel of over 60 experts covering every aspect of the property business. The next stage of the awards’ programme is for top scoring five-star winners of each category to be re-judged against those from the other regions to determine the ultimate World’s Best winners. These will be announced at the grand final to be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London on Friday, December 7th.

President of the International Property Awards, Stuart Shield, says, “We had entries from 29 different European countries this year including Serbia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan which all entered for the first time. The level of competition was extremely high and we now wait to see how many international accolades Europe can achieve when competing against the rest of the world.”