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Peter Wade appointed on RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 judging panel

Peter Wade FRICS, our Certified Historic Building Professional, has been appointed for a fourth term on the prestigious RICS Awards 2020 judging panel for the London Region.

The RICS Awards showcase the most inspirational initiatives and developments in land, real estate, construction and infrastructure, and celebrate the achievements and successes of RICS professionals and their impact on local communities.

The London event will take place at the Park Plaza in London on 12th June 2020.

The winning entries will exemplify the key role that surveyors have played in creating better places to live and work, and the innovation and collaboration that goes into ensuring the best result.

The categories are:

  • Commercial
  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Heritage
  • Infrastructure
  • Land & Rural
  • Leisure
  • Residential
  • Student Accommodation

There are 12 regional ceremonies taking place across the UK. All category winners will go through to the RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 Grand Final, September 2020 in London.

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