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Residential Estate Agency of the Year

Posted on 28 November 2019
Residential Estate Agency of the Year


Templeton Robinson is honoured to be the recipients of the Residential Estate Agency of the Year (multi-branch) at this year’s Property Awards, hosted by Belfast Telegraph in association with Electric Ireland.

The panel tasked with selecting those winners included a number of construction, housing and property experts, who were led by professor Alastair Adair, deputy vice-chancellor of Ulster University.

They commended our team as being part of “an experienced, qualified and polished organisation”. The judges went on to say there is “a strong focus towards staff training and community activity. A major contributor to the sector”.

Speaking about the win, Templeton Robinson co-founder and senior partner, Beth Robinson, said: “We are absolutely thrilled with winning such a significant award, which I believe demonstrates our commitment to hard work, integrity and our ethos of pioneering a modern, dynamic and innovative estate agency practice. This prestigious award helps us to make an important statement about our business and our dedication to the quality of service which we provide to our customers”.

Beth went on to say “It also helps to complete a very significant year, marking 25 years since we opened the doors at Templeton Robinson, this award recognises our contribution to the development of a growing Property Sector in Northern Ireland and I am delighted on behalf of all our staff, customers and clients that we’re ending 2019 on such a high point.”


Our inspirational co-founder, Beth Robinson was also awarded one of the most prestigious titles at the Belfast Telegraph Property Awards.

Chosen on the basis of proven performance and application of the highest standards within the industry, we are delighted that Beth’s contribution over her 40 years in the sector was officially recognised by the judges.

Starting her career at the age of just 18 with Brian Morton and Company, Beth started Templeton Robinson with Denis Templeton 25 years ago, thus establishing what the panel described as “one of the most progressive and pioneering estate agencies in NI”.

They went on to describe Beth as “a true pioneer in the industry” and praised her for her passion in upskilling and empowering staff as well as partnering with Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast to help develop young peoples’ careers. “Beth is a positive ambassador and a true role model in every sense of the word”.

Beth revealed “I didn’t even know that my name was put forward for the award. I’m delighted, overwhelmed”

“We started Templeton Robinson in 1994 and it’s been really fantastic. I’ve loved it and I’m lucky to be able to say that I’ve worked for many years now and I have to say I really enjoy my job.

Templeton Robinson has great staff and as a company it is a really lovely place to work”.