MESPIL - Selected For Five International Property Awards
MESPIL, European property developer and operator focused on pan-European investment and asset management, announces it has been selected for five awards from the prestigious International Property Awards.
Four awards have been attributed to MESPIL’s, Pine Hills development in Vilamoura Algarve, Portugal and the fifth to MESPIL directly.
“We are delighted MESPIL’s work is recognized and our development Pine Hills, Vilamoura in Algarve, Portugal will be a multi-award winning resort. We feel it’s a testament to our commitment to excellence and also wonderfully inspiring to our investors and team.”
Tom O’Conner, Director.
“It’s an honour to be among the world’s finest developers and real estate professionals. The awards further galvanize us to continue bringing quality properties to market that produce great returns for our investors.”
Aaron Tracy, Sales Director.
Tom and Aaron will both attend the International Property Awards recipient ceremony and gala dinner on October 24, 2019, in London, where full details of the 2019 - 2020 awards will be revealed.
The International Property Awards is judged by an independent panel of 80 industry experts and focuses on design, quality, service, innovation, originality and commitment to sustainability. The judging panel is chaired by Lord Caithness, Lord Best, The Earl of Liverpool and Lord Thurso, members of the House of Lords in the UK Parliament. The European Property Awards are the largest, most prestigious, and widely recognised programme throughout the region.
Founded in 2004 in Dublin, Ireland, MESPIL has evolved to become a multi-award winning pan-European investment and asset management company. With a current focus on real estate, past investments include; property development and sales, infrastructure, energy, healthcare, and professional services - across nine countries with over 500 million euros raised. MESPIL’s primary focus is to deliver projects with quality and integrity ensuring value and profitable returns for its investors.