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BuildStore nominated for two major awards

BuildStore has been shortlisted for two major awards at the National Business Awards for Scotland.

BuildStore will make a presentation to the judges in July and the winners will be announced on September 9 at a gala ceremony at the Glasgow Hilton. Sponsors of the event include GNER, NTL Business and Scottish Power.

Raymond Conner, founder and managing director of BuildStore, says: “The BuildStore team has shown commitment to making self-build accessible to intermediaries, providing them with a reliable service and generating a new revenue stream for those smart enough to embrace it.”

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