Widely regarded as one of the best property networking events, the BCO Scottish Awards Lunch is a great opportunity to stimulate new thinking on the design, development and occupation of offices and celebrate the achievements of the talented professional teams in our industry.

Start Date / Time 13 May 2022 12:00
End Date / Time 13 May 2022 15:30
Venue The Glasgow Central Hotel, Glasgow
Category BCO Awards
National No
Region Scotland
Type Awards
Available to Non Members Yes


For 2022, Scottish Awards Lunch will be returning to Glasgow Central Hotel, located right in the heart of the city. Guest will enjoy reception drinks and will then be seated for a 3-course lunch and entertainment from a guest speaker before the announcement of the BCO award winners for Scotland.

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Corinne Hutton lost her hands and feet to sepsis back in 2013 and within four months of losing her limbs, defied doctors with her progress when she walked a mile through Glasgow city centre on prosthetic legs in a bid to raise awareness of the charity she had set up to help other amputees, namely Finding Your Feet. Since then, Corinne has carried the Commonwealth Games baton, received the Freedom of Renfrewshire, been given the Points of Light award by Prime Minister David Cameron and is regularly included in Inspirational Women of the Year awards. 


Her infectious wit, humour and ability to laugh in the face of her own adversity is both refreshing and humbling. She has spoken at events across the UK, covered by news outlets worldwide and appeared on national TV including The One Show and Good Morning Britain. Cor has a monthly column in The Sunday Post. Her greatest achievement to date is raising her son, Rory.






£100 +VAT per place
£1,000 +VAT per table of 10

Price includes drinks reception, three course meal, tea & coffee and Awards Presentation.

Bookings can be made by downloading the Scottish Awards booking form and returning to Createvents:

Clare Hollick, BCO Awards, Createvents, 
450 Brook Drive, Reading, Berkshire RG2 6UU
E: clare@createvents.co.uk F: 01183 340085



 Tickets for the event will not be issued until payment has been received in cleared funds.
1. Confirmation of booking: TBookings are only accepted with full payment in advance. Your table booking is not guaranteed until you have received written confirmation from CreatEvents. If you do not receive written confirmation within 10 working days, please contact us on 01183 340085.The BCO are unable to raise invoices in advance for payment but will issue a VAT invoice after payment has been received.
2. Cancellation policy: Unfortunately, due to commitments with the venue, we are unable to offer refunds.
3. Special dietary requirements: Instructions of how to order will be sent with your wine ordering information. Simply complete and return as instructed on the form. This form must be received at least 48 hours prior to the event, otherwise charges will apply and it may not be possible to take care of the specific requirements of any guest.
4. Lighting and special effects: It is the table booker's responsibility to inform guest(s) that special effects, including strobe lighting, may be used at the event.
5. Alterations: It may be necessary for reasons beyond our control to alter the venue or the date of the event. We will give you as much notice as we can and your booking will be transferred to the new venue or date.
6. Event cancellation: If we cancel the function we will refund all booking fees paid. We do not, however, accept liability for travelling, accommodation, or any other expenses incurred as a result of any cancellation or postponement of the event.
7. Loss or Damage: Our liability for loss or damage incurred as the result of cancellation or postponement of the event is limited to the amount of your booking fee.
8. Guest speaker: The guest speaker is subject to change as a consequence of illness, accident or other reasons beyond our control. In such a circumstance a suitable replacement will be found.

These terms and conditions are governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales will have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute.