Scotway House named a finalist for Herald’s Development of the Year

Structured House Group named a finalist in this year’s Herald Property Awards 2019.

Scotway House – our flagship £40million GDV development– has been shortlisted for Development of the Year, sponsored by Rettie & Co.

A record number of entries this year have been recorded, according to organisers.

Craig Inglis, CEO Structured House Group and Founder of BOHO, said:

“Together we have worked with our partners to transform a derelict and unloved site along Glasgow’s Riverside into a state-of-the-art and tech-savvy building, and home to more than 400 students from Scotland, the UK, and across the world.

“We are creating with people and place in mind, building a future that goes beyond development, where people co-live, co-work, and co-create. We’re delighted to be shortlisted by the Herald Property Awards and we wish all our fellow nominees best of luck on the night.”

Opening in September, Scotway House is now navigating a new history for what was once the location of a former shipbuilding drawing office since 1885. Work began on Scotway House in January 2018 to develop a 14-storey tower and an additional 6-storey 400-bed student accommodation, complete with a separate 3-storey building dedicated to studying and socialising with 24/7 staff, a library, cinema room, gym, social spaces, study pods and outdoor terraces. Already the property has been named one of the most instagrammable student properties by mystudenthalls.com

The Herald Property Awards are in its 13th year of the awards, honouring the achievements of Scotland’s most innovative and successful house builders, developers and registered social landlords.

The event will take place on Thursday, September 26 at Glasgow’s DoubleTree by Hilton hotel.

Christine Young wins Managing Director of the Year

Glasgow-business leader Christine Young has scooped Managing Director of the Year at last night’s Scottish Women’s Awards.

Christine won the industry award at the annual event which celebrates the achievements of female entrepreneurs, business women, professionals and charity workers across Scotland.

Christine led the launch of BOHO, a new property-management brand, set up in 2018 by Structured House Group to manage the running of its buildings.

She received the award in recognition of her achievements which include establishing a strong team to deliver BOHO’s vision and the recent sell-out of the company’s flagship student residence at Scotway House in just 7months, which will be home to more than 400 students.

BOHO is set to open its flagship student residences at Scotway House along the Clydeside in September. The £40M GDV build by Structured House Group has already been named as one of the most instagrammable student accommodations in the UK.

Craig Inglis, CEO of Structured House Group and Founder of BOHO, said: “Christine is an outstanding Managing Director and has successfully built our brand and recruited a fantastic team. Christine has surrounded herself with a strong mixed team who, like her, are devoted to delivering what they say. BOHO’s first property Scotway House has sold out in just seven months and this is only the beginning for our ambitious brand.”

Christine added: “I am thrilled to have won the award and to have been nominated alongside so many wonderful companies and individuals. I am surrounded by a team of great people who understand BOHO’s ethos and all of whom work tirelessly to make our vision a reality.”

The Scottish Women’s Awards took place in Glasgow’s Crowne Plaza.

BOHO is a provider of rental apartments, hotel and student accommodation and is soon to announcing its latest BOHO property. With amenity space, 24/7 staff & social events and everything included within the cost, BOHO is reimagining living for its residents and putting community at the heart of its builds.