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Tomorrow Just Arrived: Shortlists Revealed For BPF Futures Tomorrow’s Leaders Awards
Last year's BPF Futures Tomorrow’s Leaders Awards ceremony

They are the awards which showcase the brightest future talent in the real estate industry, the people who will be driving the sector forward for the next 10, 20, 30 years and more.

The British Property Federation Tuesday announced the nominees for the BPF Futures Tomorrow’s Leaders Awards 2019, a programme for which Bisnow is media partner. The winners will be announced at an evening awards event on 2 May at the Terrace Pavilion at the Houses of Parliament.

The awards are now in their fourth year and celebrate the real estate industry’s exceptional and diverse range of future leaders. All the nominees have 10 years or less experience in real estate.

The 2019 awards and their nominees are:


BPF Futures Community Engagement Award:
    •    Rebecca Wakefield, account director, Snapdragon at PLMR
    •    Shain Shapiro, founder and president, Sound Diplomacy
    •    Charlotte-Daisy Leeming, head of CSR, Town Centre Securities
    •    Sophie Henwood, Associate, Boodle Hatfield
    •    Lorelle Bascoe, senior surveyor, Gerald Eve
    •    Richard Ellison, property development manager, Transport for London
    •    Rebecca Bird, general manager, Capital & Regional
    •    Rebecca Crow, senior development manager, Grainger
 
BPF Futures Diversity & Inclusion Award:
    •    Charlotte Morphet, principal policy planner, London Borough of Waltham Forest
    •    Ruth Moorhouse, asset manager, Ellandi
    •    Mica Latouche, development manager, Kier Property
    •    Nicola Insley, senior associate, CMS
    •    Yohance Harper, associate director, investment advisory, CBRE
    •    Faith Locken, surveyor, JLL
    •    Miroslav Gospodinov, co-founder and chief financial officer, Staykeepers
 
BPF Futures Promoting the Industry Award:
    •    Sarah Hayford, founder, The Land Collective
    •    Joseph Daniels, chief executive and founder, Project Etopia
    •    Alex Mellows, financial planning and analysis manager, Harworth Group
    •    Harri John and Rosanna Lawn, co-founders, CREation Property Network
    •    Iona Lennon, building surveyor, #SurveyingSisterhood
    •    David Granat, managing director, OX Living
    •    James Pearson, senior analyst – EMEA Research, CBRE
    •    William Newton, president and EMEA managing director, WiredScore
    •    Rupert Parker, head of Futureproofing, Avison Young
    •    Natasha Guerra, CEO, Runway East
 
BPF Futures LandAid Award:
    •    Sarah Gunn, marketing and communications executive, TFT
    •    Sophie Walker, senior surveyor, Gerald Eve
    •    Anna Stewart, content manager, BNP Paribas Real Estate
    •    Laura Da Silva, brand and communications executive, Malcolm Hollis
    •    David Cowgill, partner (Commercial Property), Schofield Sweeney LLP
 
BPF Futures Rising Star Award:
 
    •    This year’s winner of the Rising Star Award will be chosen from the winners of the other four categories.
 
 This year’s judging panel will comprise:
 
    •    Ian Marcus, senior advisor, Eastdil Secured and BPF Honorary Life Member
    •    Mike Phillips, UK editor, Bisnow
    •    Paul Morrish, chief executive, LandAid
    •    Brenda Bates, director, communications, Brand & Business Services, U+I
    •    Lois Kay, development surveyor, Peel Environmental & BPF Futures Advisory Board member
 
“Congratulations to all nominees of the BPF Futures Tomorrow’s Leaders Awards, and thank you to everyone who submitted a nomination,” BPF Chief Executive Melanie Leech said. “You are the property sector’s future and it is your passion and commitment that will ensure our sector’s future success and positive contribution to UK economic and social wellbeing.

“The BPF Futures Tomorrow’s Leaders Awards give us a significant opportunity to identify and celebrate the diversity of our sector’s talent. We hope it inspires others to reach their full potential and grow their careers in the property sector, and challenge businesses to recognise that diversity and inclusion is critical to their future health and sustainability.”

Related Topics: British Property Federation