L&Q’s PricedIn campaign has been shortlisted for the Best Use of Digital in the Property Sector award at this year’s Digital Impact Awards taking place in Central London this October.

The entries were judged by a panel of top digital comms professionals, including representatives from ITV, BBC, Barlcays, BT and Unison. It was said that they were impressed by the number and calibre of this year’s submissions; “the judging process was extremely thorough and it is fantastic to see you reach the shortlist in this increasingly important and prestigious event.”

Past winners of these prominent awards include big names such as the British Heart Foundation, Marie Curie and ITV Studios, while many other well-known brands such as Rolls Royce, IKEA, Hitachi and The Financial Times have come away highly commended.

The awards ceremony, due to take place at a venue in Central London this October, is a prestigious event which aims to set an industry-wide benchmark in digital stakeholder engagements with a gala that celebrates the best corporate digital communications work across Europe. Those who have been shortlisted are guaranteed to come away with a minimum of being highly commended, but there is also the chance of receiving a gold, silver or bronze award.

L&Q, alongside Shoot Media, our digital agency partner, have been shortlisted for our PricedIn campaign, a movement that aims to educate people on the option of buying through Shared Ownership; a scheme that allows purchasers to buy a share in a property, rather than buying outright. During a time of great uncertainty and increasing house prices, PricedIn is a revolutionary campaign that is constantly evolving to help first time buyers gain the confidence they need to take those first crucial steps on to the property ladder. The nomination is for Best Use of Digital in the Property Sector, an award that has previously acknowledged the works of Willmott Dixon, Taylor Wimpey and Mace amongst many others.