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Judges for Thailand Property Awards 2009 announced

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Following the largest number of nominations ever this year, the entry deadline has now passed and the judging has begun. A team of independent judges have been appointed to carry out judging on the 2009 Thailand Property Awards, and for the first time, the panel are to be announced publicly.

“We the organisers have always kept out of the judging process to ensure fairness and transparency. And in the previous three years we have had good reason to keep the names of the judges anonymous. In fact, previously the judges never met and therefore never knew who their fellow judges were. This year, following feedback we received, we have decided to announce who the judges are,” commented Duncan Worthington, Managing Director of Ensign Media and organisers of the Thailand Property Awards.

The judges are chosen for their experience, covering a variety of disciplines and nationalities, and each is required to act in a fair and ethical manner and according to the awards´ rules, if there is a conflict the relevant judge will withdraw from discussions on that award.

The panel of judges for the 2009 Thailand Property Awards, include: Kittisak Aguru (Principal Architect – Robert G. Boughey and Associates Co., Ltd.), Gary Biesty (Managing Partner of Mayer Brown JSM´s offices in South Asia), Ian Hamilton (General Manager – Business Development TICON Industrial Connection PLC), Fergal G Harris (Head Of Commercial Real Estate for South East Asia, Standard Chartered Bank), Simon Landy (International Valuation Standards Board), Kris Limcharoen (Chief Executive Officer, Limcharoen Hughes & Glanville), Leong Choong Peng (Managing Director, Davis Langdon & Seah Thailand, International Partner, Davis Langdon & Seah International), Dr. Sopon Pornchokchai (President, Agency for Real Estate Affairs), Charin Satchayan (Partner, LS Horizon Limited), and Associate Professor Dr. Sonthya Vanichvatana (Chairperson of the Department of Real Estate, Martin de Tours School of Management Assumption University).


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