Motorsport champions to host Guernsey Property and Construction Awards


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Two local motorsport champions will compere this year’s Guernsey Property and Construction Awards.

Three times World Touring Car champion, Andy Priaulx, and his racing driver son, Sebastian, will host the event as joint Masters of Ceremonies.

Andy Priaulx is a triple World Touring Car champion, European Touring Car champion, and winner at the Nurburgring and Sebring Endurance races amongst a full list of racing achievements.

Sebastian Priaulx enjoyed a dream start to his maiden F4 British Championship campaign with a sensational victory in only his second race in the series during the opening rounds of the season at Brands Hatch earlier this month.


“Seb and I would like to thank the organisers of the Awards for inviting us to jointly host this year at Beau Sejour. We look forward to celebrating the professional achievements of Guernsey’s property and construction sectors, and to recognising the contribution they make to Guernsey’s economy at all levels,” said Andy Priaulx.

Sponsored by Ogier, BDO and G4S, The Guernsey Property and Construction Awards are in their third year and take place on Thursday 8 November.

The Awards recognise and celebrate those who excel in the property and construction industry sectors, with nominations being made by industry peers, customers and the public at large.

The categories are:

  • Rising Star
  • Health & Safety
  • Engineering Project of the Year
  • Property Agent of the Year
  • Construction Professional of the Year
  • Industry Supplier of the Year
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

The black tie event will raise money for the Guernsey Construction Benevolent Fund and the Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation.

Tickets for the Guernsey Property and Construction Awards will go on sale next month. For more information, please visit

***CIF members offer***

CIF members will receive a £5 discount per ticket or £50 per table if booked before the end of June.

That’s £70 per head or £700 for a table of ten instead of the usual £75 and £750.

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