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Allied London is flying high with five award nominations

Allied London has been optimistically reflecting on the five prestigious award nominations it has recently received. These showcase the company’s abilities in a range of disciplines including commercial property development and digital design capability.

Allied London is particularly proud that No.1 Spinningfields has been shortlisted for the Commercial Development of the year at the Insider North West Property Awards 2018. With a modern elegant design coupled with state-of-the-art business and hospitality facilities, the building (located at Manchester’s most enviable address) represents some of the best office space in Manchester and marks the completion of the Spinningfields development journey. This landmark location was also responsible for enticing D&D London to open 20 Stories – their first restaurant in Manchester – offering an eminent dining destination with panoramic views of the city.

Allied London is passionate about creating inspiring spaces for us to work, live and interact while also remaining committed to thriving in the full chain of property development. The company has been shortlisted for the following awards:

-Herbal House, London is shortlisted for a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) London 2018 award 

-Chief Executive, Michael Ingall is shortlisted for the Irvine Sellar category in the 2018 Property Awards

-Allied London is shortlisted as a Commercial Developer of the year at the Insider North West Property Awards 2018

-No.1 Spinningfields by Allied London is shortlisted as a Commercial Development of the year at the Insider North West Property Awards 2018

-Our Studio’s 360 App for Herbal House, on behalf of Allied London working, with design agency 90Degrees is shortlisted for the Prolific North Awards App of the Year

Winning the above awards would be a welcome addition to our growing list of accolades, however, Allied London remains firmly focused on the future. The development of Enterprise City in St. John’s, Manchester’s newest city centre neighbourhood and the restoration of Manchester’s London Road Fire Station are underway and the company is excited about the opportunities these projects will provide for Manchester and beyond.

Communal area of Herbal House. mage copyright Peter Landers.

Communal area of Herbal House. mage copyright Peter Landers.

Reflecting on the nominations, Michael Ingall, Chief Executive said: “Our recent recognition showcases the dynamic and diverse nature of our work and our ability to excel at whatever we put our minds to.”

He added: “Congratulations to everyone who has been shortlisted for these significant awards. I extend my personal thanks to our people and our partners, without whom these projects could not have been achieved. The nominations reflect the collaborative and community spirit at the heart of every Allied London project.”

For more information about 20 stories, please visit their website.

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