The results of the CNBC Europe & Africa Property Awards 2008 have just been revealed and Marina di Varazze has won the award in the category of “Marina Development Italia”. The award will be presented at a glittering gala dinner to be held at the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel in London on 27th September.
The fact that Marina di Varazze earned one of these coveted awards is sure proof that Italy cannot only compete but also triumph within the highly competitive Europe & Africa property arena. Having been given this high recommendation by its peers, the company is now entitled to display the CNBC Europe & Africa Property Awards’ logo with pride. This symbol of excellence will be recognised and appreciated by the public who are becoming increasingly well informed and discerning about the properties they seek to buy.
Entries were judged by a panel of professionals whose collective knowledge of the property industry is second to none and unsurpassed by any other property awards. Chaired by Eric Pickles, British Shadow Secretary of State, this year’s judges included Helen Shield, editor-in-chief of International Homes magazine; Peter Bolton King, chief executive of the National Association of Estate Agents; Phil Spencer, property expert and presenter of Channel 4’s Location and Relocation TV shows; Imtiaz Farookhi, chief executive of the National House Building Council; Christopher Hall, past president National Association of Estate Agents; Thijis Staff, International Consortium of Real Estate Agents Association (ICREA); Alejandro Escurdero, SIMA; Kirkor Ajderhanyan, French Real Estate Federation (FNAIM); Graham Norwood of the Daily Mail; David Hoppit, property writer; Jill Keene, editor of International Homes magazine; Diana Yakely, chairman British Interior Design Association; and Tad Zurlinden, Association of Relocation Professionals.