Telford Homes CEO Anne Kavanagh wins award

Anne Kavanagh has been recognised for her ‘outstanding contribution’ to the real estate sector.

Award winner Anne Kavanagh (pictured right) stood next to Alexandra Jezeph (pictured left) the ULI Global Governing Trustee | BTR News
Award winner Anne Kavanagh (pictured right) stood next to Alexandra Jezeph (pictured left) the ULI Global Governing Trustee.

Telford Homes CEO Anne Kavanagh has been awarded the 2023 Outstanding Contribution to Real Estate award from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) in recognition of her contribution to change, sustainability, and DE&I across the industry throughout her career.

“I am humbled and honoured to receive this award. I have dedicated my career to transforming and growing global businesses, working closely with investors and occupiers, and driving diversity and sustainability, so to have this recognised by ULI is a great accomplishment. Thank you to the jury and ULI for this significant recognition.”

Anne Kavanagh, CEO, Telford Homes

Anne was presented with the award at the Urban Land Institute’s Leadership Dinner held at the Imperial War Museum on 22 March.

The event proceeds went to UrbanPlan, an educational initiative developed by ULI that teaches students about the fundamental forces that affect land development.

“Anne has an exceptional career working with some of the most internationally recognised brands in real estate.  Anne’s name stood out as the winner of this award as someone who has demonstrated remarkable vision and leadership within our industry.  She has shown great capacity to effect change and drive innovation in the sector, and through her involvement with organisations like the ULI, she has been enormously generous in sharing her time and insights as part of her mentorship of younger professionals.”

Alexandra Jezeph, Senior Development Manager, Transport for London and ULI Global Governing Trustee

Earlier this month, Telford Homes reached another milestone, as their affordable housing Build to Rent scheme topped out in the Royal Albert Wharf area of East London.