Week2Week shortlisted for national award

A north east apartment provider is celebrating this week after being shortlisted for a prestigious national award – representing the region in the process.

Northumberland Road based Week2Week Serviced Apartments has been awarded a place on the list of firms in the running for the best serviced apartment provider at the 2017 Re:locate awards – where it will be the only company without an office in the capital in the running.

The recognition follows a recent string of good news for Week2Week, with the last 12 months having seen the first move in a planned doubling of the firm’s property portfolio, the awarding of the Great China welcome charter and the announcement of plans for future acquisitions.

The awards are considered globally to be one of the most illustrious in the relocation industry and Claire Parry, Week2Week’s director says the whole team is delighted with the news.

“We only found out a couple of days ago, but there’s already a big buzz around the office from everyone. It’s a big team effort, so it’s down to everyone involved that we were nominated. It makes it even sweeter that we’ll be flying the flag for the north east.

“It’s a huge honour to be nominated for any award not least one with such a reputation, and it’s a testament to the hard work the whole team put in day in and day out. We always look to go the extra mile for everyone staying with us, and to see the effort recognised really is humbling.”

The 2017 edition of the Re:locate awards sees the tenth anniversary of the renowned celebration of the best of relocation. For Claire and everyone at Week2Week though, there is a feeling that the shortlisting could result in even more accolades.

Parry said: “It’s obviously great to have been nominated, but we aren’t resting on our laurels at all. We’ll keep doing what we do so well, and work on what could be done better and who knows.”

The Re:locate awards take place at London’s Kensington Science Museum on Thursday May 11 2017. For more information see www.relocatemagazine.com