JLL and Perron Group win WA Shopping Centre of the Year Award

Fifth consecutive year that JLL has taken out this award at the Property Council of Australia’s Annual Awards

November 12, 2015

​​Cockburn Gateway Shopping City, owned by the Perron Group and managed by JLL, has taken out the prestigious Shopping Centre of the Year award at the WA Property Council of Australia's Awards.  This is the fifth consecutive year that a JLL managed and Perron Group owned centre has won.

JLL took home 8 of the 17 awards presented.

JLL's WA Head of Retail Property Management, Ann Manifis said the awards that the firm won recognised the high standards of its Property and Asset Management Team.  

"Once again JLL has demonstrated that it is unquestionably the best retail property and asset management team in Australia.

"We are particularly proud of our performance winning awards across all centre sizes, marketing sub-categories and winning both marketing and management awards.  This further highlights JLL's dominance in retail management and the strength of our WA team.

"We continue to grow our retail capabilities and are not only the largest property manager in Western Australia but also manage 300 shopping centres across the country as one of the largest retail property managers in Australia.  We continue to leverage this capability to deliver exceptional service to our clients across Australia," said Ms Manifis.

The awards are categorised by centre size – Big Guns, Little Guns and Mini Guns.

The full list of awards won by JLL are:

  • Shopping Centre of the Year: Cockburn Gateway Shopping City, owned by the Perron Group.

    Big Guns: Centres over 45,000 sqm
  • Excellence in Management – Big Guns: Cockburn Gateway Shopping City
  • Excellence in Marketing – Big Guns: Development/Redevelopment - Cockburn Gateway Shopping City ("Explore….The New Cockburn Gateway Shopping City")
  • Excellence in Marketing – Big Guns: Sales Promotion - Cockburn Gateway Shopping City  ("Explore…the beauty of winter")

    Little Guns: Centres between 20,000 – 45,000 sqm
  • Excellence in Management – Little Guns: Mirrabooka Square Shopping Centre, owned by the Perron Group

    Mini Guns:  Centres under 20,000 sqm
  • Excellence in Marketing – Little Guns: Community: Floreat Forum Shopping Centre, owned by APIL ("Random Acts of Kindness")
  • Excellence in Marketing – Little Guns: Sales Promotion: Enex, owned by ISPT ("Confetti system")
  • Excellence in Marketing – Little Guns: Best Digital Initiative: Livingston Marketplace, owned by ICWA ("Where do wishes come true?")