Berkeley Group and Taylor Wimpey’s new chief executive, Jennie Daly, were among the winners last night at Property Week’s RESI Awards.

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The awards, which recognise excellence across the UK residential property sector, took place at a black-tie dinner at the Grosvenor House hotel in central London and were hosted by actor and comedian Sally Phillips.

Berkeley Group won Large Developer of the Year after developing alongside its partners almost 5,000 mixed-tenure new homes in 2021. Taylor Wimpey’s Daly was named Residential Personality of the Year following a standout 12 months that saw her appointed as the first female chief executive of the housebuilding giant.

Other winners on the night included Unite Students, which won Student Accommodation Operator of the Year after impressing the judges with its pandemic response, and Capital&Centric, which scooped Small Developer of the Year for its work on £500m worth of developments.

Climate Crisis Initiative of the Year was won by Wates Residential for its work on the Cardiff Living development programme, in partnership with the local council. The public-private partnership will create 1,500 new energy-efficient homes in the Cardiff area over 10 years.

The award for Development of the Year went to Mount Anvil for The Silk District in Whitechapel, east London. The joint venture between Mount Anvil and L&Q will provide 700 new homes along with extensive public realm and workspaces.

More than £21,000 was raised on the night for charity partner Childline to help support its phone line and counselling services.

Speaking at the awards, Property Week managing director Richard Watts said: “It has been another unprecedented year for our industry, full of unexpected events, economic challenges and extreme global tensions that we could never have imagined just 12 months ago.

“As always, the residential sector has shown amazing resilience, stepped up to the plate and made the most of the rapidly changing landscape we’re in. This year’s finalists are testament to the remarkable innovations and outstanding partnerships we are seeing right across residential property.”

Full list of winners and finalists:

Asset Manager of the Year


  • Dandara Living
  • Long Harbour
  • Parkgate Aspen
  • Realstar Management
  • LSL Land & New Homes – The PX Hub and The SO Hub
  • Urban Splash Residential Fund


Sponsored by Parcel Pending by Quadient

Climate Crisis Initiative of the Year

Winner: Wates Residential on behalf of the Cardiff Living development programme with Cardiff Council

Highly commended: Barratt Developments


  • Artisan Real Estate
  • Atelier
  • AXA IM Alts
  • Berkeley Group
  • David Phillips
  • Powered By Etopia/Rippon Homes
  • PSP
  • Stonewood Group
  • Council


Sponsored by chapmanbdsp

Consultancy Practice of the Year

Winner: Grasshopper Communications


  • DS2
  • Savills
  • The Property Marketing Strategists
  • Torrin Asset Management

Deal of the Year

Winner: John Laing for Brigid Senior Living Platform

Highly commended: Hyde and M&G Partnership, Galliard Homes and Apsley House Capital for Soho Wharf, Birmingham


  • Cain International and PGIM Real Estate for Vita Group’s Union Development
  • Far East Consortium for Victoria Riverside
  • Get Living for HUB and Get Living team-up in Maidenhead
  • Long Harbour for Project Rock
  • McCarthy Stone and Anchor for McCarthy Stone and Anchor partnership
  • Moorfield Group and Bricklane for £600m UK PRS partnership
  • OakNorth Bank for supporting Hayfield’s growth journey
  • Packaged Living and Aviva Investors for single-family rental platform
  • Pocket Living, HGP and Barclays deal
  • Property Alliance Group/Starwood Capital JV for Renaissance
  • St Congar and Europa Capital Partners for former Ford stamping plant, Dagenham, London
  • Telford Homes for International Way, Stratford
  • Thrive Homes for Affordable Housing Partnership


Sponsored by Shoosmiths

Development of the Year

Winner: Mount Anvil for The Silk District

Highly commended: HBD and Capital&Centric for Kampus


  • Allsop Letting and Management for Vox
  • Almacantar for Marble Arch Place
  • Canary Wharf Residential for One Park Drive
  • Dandara Living for Chapel Wharf
  • Grainger for The Headline, Leeds
  • Kebbell Developments for Cornelian Fields
  • Legal & General Investment Management, Real Assets for Box Makers Yard, Bristol
  • Moda Living for The Lexington
  • Placefirst for Skye Edge
  • Places for People for East Wick + Sweetwater
  • Poly UK for Plaza Collection
  • Quintain for Eastern Lands
  • Ridge and Partners for Bradbury View
  • Scarborough Group International for Middlewood Locks Manchester
  • UOL Developments for One Bishopsgate Plaza
  • Vertus for Newfoundland


Sponsored by JLL

Financier of the Year – Residential – of the Year

Winner: Barclays

Highly commended: Legal & General Capital


  • ASK Partners
  • Assetz Capital
  • Atelier
  • Cain International
  • CapitalRise
  • Fortwell Capital
  • LendInvest
  • Lloyds Bank
  • Maslow Capital
  • Octopus Real Estate
  • Paragon Bank
  • Pluto Finance
  • Shawbrook Bank

Health and Wellbeing Initiative of the Year

Winner: Ridge and Partners, Trinity, Bentley and Hyphen – Bradbury View


  • AXA IM Alts
  • Beechcroft Developments
  • Cullen Property
  • Gravity Co-Living
  • Kampus
  • Lane End Group
  • LifeProven Wellbeing Property Company
  • Mount Anvil
  • Navana Property Group


Sponsored by Spring Move

Landlord (Private and Social) of the Year

Winner: Sigma Capital with Simple Life Homes


  • Get Living
  • Grainger
  • Legal & General Investment Management, Real Assets
  • Luxome
  • Realstar Management
  • Thrive Homes – Leading Landlord
  • Vertus


Sponsored by NHBC

Large Developer of the Year

Winner: Berkeley Group

Highly commended: Barratt Developments


  • Ballymore
  • Canary Wharf Residential
  • McCarthy Stone
  • Moda Living
  • Packaged Living
  • Quintain
  • Redrow
  • Scarborough Group International
  • Watkin Jones Group


Sponsored by Savills

Later Living Operator of the Year

Winner: Audley Group

Highly commended: Housing 21


  • Adlington Retirement Living
  • Anchor
  • Auriens
  • Eldon Housing Association
  • Inspired Villages
  • McCarthy Stone
  • Retirement Villages


Sponsored by Kosy Living

Legal/Professional Team of the Year

Winner: Gerald Eve

Highly commended: LMP Law


  • 4site Consulting
  • Brethertons Solicitors
  • FirstPort
  • Foot Anstey
  • Harris Associates
  • Hortons Valuers
  • Shoosmiths
  • Winckworth Sherwood


Sponsored by The Land Trust

Newcomer Award – Residential – of the Year

Winner: Castle Green Homes

Highly commended: ZED PODS


  • BoKlok Housing
  • Coadjute
  • Gravity Co-Living
  • HJ Collection
  • HomeViews
  • LDS Sales Guarantees
  • National Housing Group
  • nHouse
  • Précis Capital
  • Spring
  • VervLife

Property Manager of the Year

Winner: Quintain Living


  • Allsop Letting and Management
  • Apo
  • Centrick
  • Dandara Living
  • FirstPort
  • Foxtons
  • James Andrew Residential
  • KFH
  • PBM Property Management
  • Realstar Management
  • Rendall & Rittner
  • Touchstone
  • Urban Evolution
  • Way of Life Management


Sponsored by Harris Associates

PRS Deal of the Year

Winner: Countryside Partnerships for Beam Park

Highly commended: Long Harbour for Project Rock


  • Amro Real Estate Partners for The Wiltern
  • Packaged Living and Fiera Real Estate
  • Realstar Management for UNCLE Leeds
  • Watkin Jones Group for Hove Gardens, Hove


Sponsored by Foxtons

Residential Personality of the Year

Winner: Jennie Daly, chief executive, Taylor Wimpey


Sponsored by Castle Green Homes

Sales and Letting Agency of the Year

Winner: Ascend Properties

Highly commended: Londonist DMC



  • 99home
  • Centrick
  • Foxtons
  • JLL Residential
  • Quintain Living
  • Savills Sales and Lettings
  • X1 Sales and Lettings

Small Developer of the Year

Winner: Capital&Centric


  • Castle Green Homes
  • Durkan
  • Hayfield
  • House by Urban Splash
  • Joseph Homes
  • Kingswood Homes
  • Legal & General Modular Homes
  • Sky-House Co
  • Stonewood Partnerships
  • YTL Developments, Brabazon


Sponsored by Atelier

Social Impact Initiative of the Year

Winner: Places for People


  • Arcadis
  • Capital&Centric
  • Dominvs Group
  • Home REIT
  • HSPG
  • L&Q
  • Lane End Group
  • Legal & General Modular Homes
  • LifeProven Wellbeing Property Company
  • Middlewood Locks Manchester
  • Mount Anvil
  • Quinn Homes
  • Resonance: the Women in Safe Homes fund
  • Ridge and Partners – Bradbury View
  • Ridge and Partners – Burrell House
  • The Land Trust


Sponsored by Hayfield

Student Accommodation Operator of the Year

Winner: Unite Students

Highly commended Yugo


  • Abodus Student Living
  • aparto
  • CODE Student Accommodation
  • CRM Students
  • Fresh
  • Homes for Students
  • Londonist DMC
  • Luxome
  • Nido Student
  • Nurtur Student Living
  • Study Inn Group
  • The Stay Club
  • Unilife


Sponsored by Yardi


  • Philip Barnes, group land and planning director, Barratt Developments
  • Tom Bill, head of London residential research, Knight Frank
  • Lawrence Bowles, director of residential research, Savills
  • Neil Brearley, founding director and chief financial officer, Cast – a real estate and construction consultancy
  • Dan Brooks, co-founder and director, Moda
  • Paul Brown, chief executive, Public Sector
  • Craig Bryant, strategy and business development director, Fresh
  • John Carter, commercial director, commercial real estate, Aldermore
  • Erin Clarke, director, Investec Real Estate
  • Mark Collins, executive director – chairman UK residential, CBRE
  • Henry Columbine, managing director, communications, SEC Newgate
  • Steve Cooper, partner, Cluttons
  • Graeme Craig, director of commercial development, Transport for London
  • Rory Cramer, chief executive and co-founder, HomeViews
  • Jane Crouch, interim head, Fresh
  • Nick Cuff, land director, Pocket Living
  • Joseph Daniels, group chief executive and founder, Etopia Homes
  • Deepa Deb, partner, Dentons UK and Middle East
  • Richard Donnell, executive director, Zoopla
  • Susan Freeman, partner, Mishcon de Reya
  • Fiona Freeman, managing director, FTI Consulting
  • Jerome Geoghegan, land and planning director, Telford Homes
  • George Grace, development executive, Native Land
  • Vanessa Hale, head of insights and residential research, BNP Paribas Real Estate UK
  • Shaun Harris, managing director, Harris Associates
  • Simon Hodson, head of UK health, later living and care, JLL
  • Kimberley Hopkins, associate director, ING
  • Chris Lacey, managing director, Lacey Capital Partners
  • Stafford Lancaster, chief investment officer, Delancey
  • John Lewis, executive director, Thamesmead, Peabody
  • Hugo Llewelyn, chief executive and founder, Newcore Capital Management
  • Jonathan Manser, chief executive, Manser Practice
  • Alex Notay, placemaking and investment director, PFP Capital
  • Ayesha Ofori, managing director, Axion Property
  • James Owen, land director, Mount Anvil
  • Mark Quigley, managing director – UK real estate finance, Beaufort Capital Management UK
  • Mark Quinn, chairman and chief executive, Quinn Estates
  • Arianna Ricciotti, project director, British Land
  • Nick Riley, architect and board director, Whittam Cox Architects
  • Lesley Roberts, partner, Allsop
  • Jackie Sadek, chief operating officer, UK Regeneration
  • Jessica Tomlinson, head of real estate, Barclays Corporate Banking
  • Catherine Webster, executive director – strategy and investment, Quintain
  • Nick Whitten, head of UK residential and living research, JLL
  • Catherine Williams, head of living sector, Shoosmiths
  • Freddie Wonnacott, director – fund management, M&G Real Estate
  • Neil Young, investment chair, Young
  • Debra Yudolph, founding partner, SAY Consulting