SCEPTRE 2022 500 x 500

The Winners of the 2023 SCEPTRE awards have been announced!

The SCEPTRE Awards took place on the 19th of October

The winners of the SCEPTRE Awards were revealed last night at the London Hilton Bankside. The Awards were a fantastic showcase of the UKs hard work and dedication in all aspects of the shopping centre industry and with Masie Adam hosting the evening was filled with laughs and a sense of accomplishment as we celebrated all of the hard work that has happened in the past year! On the night, we also wanted to raise money for a very noble cause, Macmillan, and through the generous donations of all who attended the event, we have raised £2950 for the Macmillan Cancer Support group.

Our Publisher Simon Lewis said “Congratulations to all our winners. Once again these awards have highlighted the breadth and depth of talent, drive and ambition in the Shopping Centre Sector and is an absolute pleasure to recognise the winners, but also to all of the finalists, which, in itself, is a great achievement. I would also like to thank the team for putting this all together!”

We would like to thank all of the hard work that our judges, sponsors, entrants and to everyone who attended for making this amazing evening possible.

Organised by
Retail Destination

Principal Sponsors

Event Sponsors
Hub Parking Technology
ME Group UK
Toolbox Marketing

Our Winners
SCEPTRE Grand Prix – Savills
Car Park of the Year – Touchwood Shopping Centre Solihull
Christmas Campaign of the Year- Victoria Place, Woking
Community Initiative of the Year, National Champion – Churchill Square Shopping Centre
Community Initiative of the Year, Scotland & the North – The Gyle Shopping Centre
Community Initiative of the Year, the South – Churchill Square Shopping Centre
Community Initiative of the Year, Wales & the Midlands – Touchwood Shopping Centre Solihull
Customer Service team of the Year – Mill Gate Shopping Centre
Diversity & Inclusion Scheme of the Year – The Bridges Shopping Centre
Innovation of the Year – Crystal Peaks Shopping Mall and Retail Park
Manager of the Year, Large Venue – Amy Whittaker, The Potteries Centre
Manager of the Year, Medium Venue – Rebecca Bird, Buttermarket Ipswich
Manager of the Year, Small Venue – Chris Catford, Lock29, Banbury
Marketing Manager of the Year – Lauren Campbell, Victoria Square, Belfast
Operations Manager of the Year – Russell Hall, The Darwin Shopping Centre
Retail Liason Award – Meadowhall
Security Team of the Year – St Enoch Centre
Sustainability Initiative of the Year – Metrocentre
Young Achiever of the Year – Drew Armstrong , Swords Pavillion Shopping Centre

Photos from the night are available to view and download please, CLICK HERE