PAYCE PROJECTS NAMED AS FINALISTS IN 2016 PROPERTY COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA AWARDS

PAYCE PROJECTS NAMED AS FINALISTS IN 2016 PROPERTY COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA AWARDS

PAYCE projects named as finalists in five categories of 2016 Property Council of Australia Innovation and Excellence Awards

Two of PAYCE's highly successful projects, East Village in Zetland and Washington Park in Riverwood North, have been named finalists across five categories in this year's prestigious Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards.


East Village and Washington Park nominated in five categories - Brian Boyd

The national awards program, now in its 34th year, celebrates Australia's property development and investment industries.

According to the Property Council's Chief Executive, Ken Morrison, the awards underscore the property industry's enduring commitment to leading edge practices.

This year's awards program has been narrowed down to 136 finalists in 18 categories, drawn from all states and territories.

East Village is a finalist in the following categories:

Best Mixed Use Development

Best Shopping Centre Development

Best Sustainable Development – Existing Buildings.


Washington Park is a finalist in the following categories:

Government Leadership

Best Affordable Housing Development

Brian Boyd cites PAYCE awards nominations as a wonderful achievement

PAYCE's Managing Director Brian Boyd said it was a wonderful achievement for both projects to be in the running for the mix of coveted awards.

"Both projects are the result of collaborative efforts by very dedicated and talented teams and showcase innovative design, sustainability and best practice in urban renewal," Mr. Boyd said.

"East Village has been acknowledged for having a marketplace environment like no other in the country, along with its 'green' credentials.

"Washington Park is a successful public-private partnership with Housing NSW and demonstrates how the Government and the private sector working together can revitalise an area and deliver positive outcomes for the government and the community.

"The Property Council of Australia Awards are among the most sought after in the industry and we look forward to the announcement of the national winners in June," Brian Boyd said.

Dominic Sullivan, PAYCE's General Manager, is confident the projects will do well in the awards

PAYCE's General Manager, Dominic Sullivan said both projects have tallied up an impressive list of awards to date and the latest nominations were exciting for everyone associated with the projects.

"To reach the Property Council of Australia Awards finals is an achievement in itself and we are confident the projects will do well against some very strong competition," Dominic Sullivan said.

The winners will be announced at the Innovation and Excellence Gala Dinner Awards night at The Star Event Centre in Sydney on Friday, 3 June 2016.

All finalists are eligible for the industry's most coveted prize – the Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Development of the Year.

Brian Boyd proud of the PAYCE achievements in the coveted Property Council of Australia Awards nominations

PAYCE Managing Director, Mr. Brian Boyd, is especially proud of the award nominations. The East Village nomination for Best Sustainable Development showcases the PAYCE approach to quality-based, sustainable projects, being an ethic Brian Boyd encourages in all property developments.

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