1. The SACSC Retail Design & Development Awards are open to developers and architects (all categories), and interior designers (Category D).
  2. The online entry form, along with the inserted photographs and supporting documents, must be completed by Thursday, 06 June 2019 at 12h00. Incomplete entries will not be considered.
  3. Submission of high-resolution images and videos can be uploaded with your entry.
  4. If disqualified, the entry fee will not be refunded.
  5. All centres completed and fully operational between November 2017 – May 2019 are eligible for entry.
  6. All centres must be located within South Africa, except for Category D, where either the developer or architect must be South African.
  7. All entries must be in English. All references to costs must be in South African Rands, and exclude VAT.
  8. The entry fees per category can be found here.
  9. Entries not paid in full prior to commencement of judging will be disqualified.
  10. Entries may be cancelled until 12h00 on 06 June 2019. A credit note will be issued. Cancellations will not be allowed after this date.
  11. The RDDA judging panel will make all eligibility rulings and reserve the right to reclassify, re-categorise or disqualify entries. All decisions are final.
  12. Financial information is requested as part of the online entry information, under the “development cost”, “fit out cost” and “rent and tenant controls” sections. This information is an important part of the overall evaluation of the centre’s success. We regard this information as strictly confidential and undertake not to publish, display or reproduce any of this information without express permission of the entrant.
  13. Unless specifically requested otherwise by the tenant, SACSC is permitted to reproduce, copy, publish and display all entry information (other than financial – see 10 above) as needed. Please evaluate your entry for publication appropriateness with regards to confidential and proprietary information prior to submission. The SACSC accepts no responsibility in this regard.