Ham & High Property Editor scoops award
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Former Property Editor Prudence Ivey won Regional Property Journalist of the Year at the 2017 Property Press Awards for her work on the Ham & High
Property journalist Prudence Ivey was recognised for her contribution to local journalism at the 2017 Property Press Awards.
The former Ham & High Property Editor was named Regional Property Journalist of the Year for her work on the title.
“I am delighted to have worked for a publication as respected as the Ham & High, and I’m very proud to have my work recognised,” said Ms Ivey.
The award ceremony was held last night at a drinks reception held at the Leadenhall Building in the City of London.
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Ms Ivey started working on the Property desk in 2014 and was appointed Editor in April 2016.
During her tenure she broke agenda defining stories such as ‘Are we entering a buyer’s market in Hampstead and Highgate after Brexit?’
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She left the paper in March of this year to become Deputy Web Editor at the Evening Standard’s Homes and Property website.