The Awards evening

The South Coast Property Awards 2019 will culminate in a gala dinner at the Hilton at the Ageas Bowl on Thursday, July 18, 2019. Tables of 10 are priced at £1,800 ex VAT and individual places £190 ex VAT.

Terms and conditions


By car:

The hotel is just 1.2 miles from the M27, Junction 7. When exiting the motorway follow signs for the Ageas Bowl and nearer the venue, signs for Hilton at The Ageas Bowl. Hilton at The Ageas Bowl offers complimentary parking for guests and has 300 spaces.

By Transit:

Hedge End train station is less than 2 miles away, approximately a 35-minute walk from Hilton at The Ageas Bowl.

Southampton Airport Parkway station is approximately 3.5 miles from Hilton at The Ageas Bowl and services the Waterloo to Weymouth South West Main Line.

First Bus No. 8 service connects Hilton at The Ageas Bowl with Hedge End train station, Southampton Civic Centre or Southampton City Centre.

By Air:

Southampton Airport is the closest airport to Hilton at The Ageas Bowl, situated just 3.5 miles away. Upon arrival you can take the short trip on the First Bus No. 8 or catch a taxi.

Gatwick Airport is situated 90 miles from Hilton at The Ageas Bowl and is the closest airport for long-haul flights.

The Awards presenter: Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles is one of the UK’s most recognisable broadcasters. Currently the host of Monday and Tuesday’s 5 Live Daily, Adrian has been a prominent figure on television and radio for over 20 years. In 1994, he appeared on screen as co-presenter of Working Lunch, and has since launched a number of hugely popular programmes including The One Show, Match of the Day 2, and The Apprentice: You’re Fired.

Adrian has presented several one-off documentaries for the BBC, and co-presented ITV’s Daybreak with long-time on-screen partner Christine Bleakley between 2010 and 2011. As a guest, Adrian has made appearances on multiple panel shows such as Room 101, Would I Lie to You?, and Have I Got News for You?. A keen sports fan, he also fronted ITV’s football coverage between 2010 and 2015, including the Champions League, Euros, two World Cups and England Internationals.