News Eight PAYCE Finalist Nominations Announced in 2015 UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence
Four PAYCE projects have been announced as Finalists across eight nominations in the upcoming 2015 Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW Awards for Excellence to be announced in Sydney in August.
Celebrating 21 years this year, the prestigious annual awards acknowledge the best in urban development across NSW and the ACT and are strongly contested by industry members from the public and private sectors.
Over 100 projects will be judged in 15 categories, with many of the winners eligible to go forward to the Institute’s national awards.
PAYCE’s Managing Director, Brian Boyd said the projects announced as Finalists in this year’s awards are a diverse mix of residential, commercial and mixed use developments of the highest quality.
“They all represent outstanding work by our project teams and in the case of Jewel and Royal Shores, our joint venture partner, Sekisui House Australia.
The above UDIA Finalist announcements came just days before PAYCE received the highest industry accolade at the 2015 Urban Taskforce Excellence Awards on 23rd July where PAYCE’s East Village development took out the prestigious Development of the Year Award.
The four Finalist PAYCE projects this year at the UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence are Jewel, Royal Shores, East Village and Platinum. Below are the details for all of the PAYCE Finalist nominations.
Category 1: Concept Design – Jewel (Wentworth Point)
Category 3: Design and Innovation – Royal Shores (Ermington)
Category 4: Marketing – Royal Shores (Ermington) and East Village (Victoria Park)
Category 5: Retail/Commercial Development – East Village (Victoria Park)
Category 6: Sustainable Development – East Village (Victoria Park)
Category 10: Medium Density Development – East Village (Victoria Park)
Category 11: High Density Development – Platinum (Victoria Park)
Judging is currently underway for the 2015 Awards with the winners to be announced at a gala dinner in Sydney on Friday, 14 August 2015.