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Colliers’ State Chief Executive Imran Mohiuddin received the property leadership award. Source: Property Council of Australia
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  • The annual WA Property Awards have been announced, with the winners including a next-generation data centre, a reinvented workplace and WA’s top-performing retail area
  • The finest commercial property was named NEXTDC Perth Data Centre while Hawaiian’s show suites won the award for best commercial fit-out or renovation
  • Mirvac won two prizes for its Iluma estate in the Swan Valley, which is home to an experimental inexpensive home that is testing net zero energy technology
  • The WA Property Leader of the Year award was given to Colliers’ State Chief Executive Imran Mohiuddin

The annual WA Property Awards have been announced with the winners including a next-generation data centre, a reinvented workplace, and WA’s top-performing retail area.

The awards, presented by the Property Council of Australia were recently expanded to include several new categories.

“An impressive 75 finalists were in the running for awards,” Property Council WA Executive Director Sandra Brewer said.

“The calibre of the nominations is a testament to the WA property industry and its commitment to the design, construction and management of exceptional places.”

“Property contributes $24.4 billion to Gross State Product and employs more than 150,000 people who shape the future of our state. The awards recognise and applaud the people who are delivering great places for West Australians and make our state a world leading business and lifestyle location.”

Presenting the awards were WA Minister for Transport and Planning Rita Saffioti, Chief Executive Officer of Landgate Graeme Gammie, Chairman of the Western Australian Planning Commission David Caddy and event sponsors.

The finest commercial property was named NEXTDC Perth Data Centre. Hawaiian’s show suites won the award for best commercial fit-out or renovation. The prize for the best big retail development went to Scentre Group for its $350 million Westfield Carousel.

Mirvac won two prizes for its Iluma estate in the Swan Valley, which is home to an experimental inexpensive home that is testing net zero energy technology.

Two more awards were given to the Roe Highway Logistics Park for best industrial development and best sustainable development. The facility is a testbed for innovative low-carbon materials and features best-in-class environmental efforts.

The WA Property Leader of the Year was recognised for the first time at the awards with Colliers’ State Chief Executive Imran Mohiuddin taking home the gong.

Scott Bellerby, Managing Director of B Strata, was named WA Property Management, Facilities Management, Leasing Agent or Strata Manager of the Year, rounding out the individual categories.

“Our awards champion the role of the property industry as driver of jobs, growth and prosperity for all Western Australians. Congratulations to every finalist for being part of an elite cohort that demonstrates our industry’s enduring commitment to excellence,” Managing Director of event sponsor Energy-Tec Damien Moran said.

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