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JLL Wins 15 Awards at International Property Awards

JLL Wins 15 Awards at International Property Awards Asia Pacific 2016

Six in Five-Star Category

AUCKLAND, 12 April 2016 - JLL scooped a total of 15 awards at the 2016 International Property Awards Asia Pacific held in Kuala Lumpur on 8 April. Of these, six were five-star ratings for Best Property Consultancy in China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan and South Korea. The firm was highly commended in nine other categories.

JLL New Zealand was Highly Commended in the Property Consultancy, Property Consultancy Website and Real Estate Agency categories.

“Receiving 15 awards in Asia Pacific, including six in the five-star category, is a great achievement and testament to the great work our teams across the region do day in, day out,” says Alastair Hughes, CEO, JLL Asia Pacific. “It’s a real pleasure to be recognised among the best in the industry for delivering top class service to our clients, something that is at the heart of everything we do as a company.”

The annual Asia Pacific awards event brings together the top players in real estate, architecture and interior design from 25 countries and covers both commercial and residential categories. Now in their 24th year, they are the region’s largest, most prestigious, and widely recognised awards programme.

Entries are judged by an independent panel of 70 industry experts, who focus on design, quality, service, innovation, originality, and commitment to sustainability.

JLL Five-Star Awards 2016

· Best Property Consultancy China

· Best Property Consultancy Hong Kong

· Best Property Consultancy India

· Best Property Consultancy Indonesia

· Best Property Consultancy Japan

· Best Property Consultancy Korea

JLL Highly Commended Awards 2016

· Property Consultancy Australia

· Property Consultancy Website Australia

· Property Consultancy New Zealand

· Property Consultancy Website New Zealand

· Real Estate Agency New Zealand

· Property Consultancy Philippines

· Property Consultancy Singapore

· Property Consultancy Thailand

· Property Consultancy Vietnam

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