Drum Development Shortlisted

The Lloyd’s Register building, developed at Prime Four by Drum, has been shortlisted for Commercial Development of the Year at the 5th annual Scottish Property Awards, following judging in 15 categories covering the depth and breadth of new commercial and public property in Scotland. 

The new HQ has allowed LR to co-locate all of their North East Scotland-based staff to create an effective, modern and collaborative working environment, benefiting both employees and their clients, and demonstrating the ongoing appeal of Prime Four, which is now recognised as a global hub for the energy industry.

Chaired for the third consecutive year by Fiona Morton, the former managing partner and chairman of Ryden, five new judges joined the panel of 20 leading experts to review and debate almost 100 written entries. 

Fiona Morton, chair of the Scottish Property Awards judging panel, commented; 

“It is encouraging to see a substantial increase in the number of companies entering the Scottish Property Awards this year and also to see a significant increase in entries for public property developments. We have welcomed entries from locations across the country which reflects the excellent engagement and high regard in which the property industry holds these awards. "

“We are all looking forward to celebrating the best in Scottish commercial and public property at the awards ceremony in March.”