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Blueoak Estates Shortlisted for Two RICS Awards

We are delighted that two of our Chester-based developments, Chapel Place and Heritage Court, have been shortlisted for RICS Regeneration property awards.

RICS is the world’s leading professional body for qualifications and standards in land, property, infrastructure and construction. Across eight individual categories, the awards are regarded as the premier property and construction awards in the country, celebrating the most innovative projects in the region and their impact on local communities.

Heritage Court saw the redevelopment of run-down, partially vacant 1980s office buildings into 36 luxury apartments, whilst Chapel Place is an historic chapel conversion. The chapel, which was originally constructed in 1866, was transformed into a £2 million revenue, ten-apartment scheme and sold out earlier this year.

Iain MacLean, Director of Blueoak Estates, said, “We were delighted to be shortlisted for two of the most prestigious property awards in existance. We strive to ensure that our homes not only offer our buyers a luxury finish and state-of-the-art design but remain sympathetic to the character and history of each renovation.”

The awards ceremony takes place on 27 April in London.

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