Nobu Portman Square readies for the TTJ Awards

19 August 2021

The Nobu Portman Square Hotel will be the setting for the 25th anniversary TTJ Awards taking place on September 17.

The central London hotel, formerly the Radisson Blu, opened this year following a multi-million pound rebuild and is the 13th hotel for the global Nobu brand founded by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert de Niro and the film producer Meir Teper.

Interiors were created by London-based architecture and interior design firm, David Collins Studio, in conjunction with Make Architects. Nobu’s signature restaurant in Berkeley Street, Mayfair has closed and relocated to the new hotel.

Guest speaker and host of the TTJ awards this year is sports presenter Jason Mohammad, of Final Score, Radio 5 Live’s 606 Football show and who has reported from the World Cup, Euros, Olympics and is a regular on many other television and radio programmes.

“The TTJ Awards in September will be one of the first physical major timber industry events to take place since the onset of the pandemic and will be a great opportunity for people to meet again face-to-face,” said Stephen Powney, TTJ editor.

The Awards recognises companies across various timber product trading categories, with timber-buying voters rating their supplies for customer service, deliveries and product quality.

The event also has judged categories recognising marketing, environmental achievement, career development and manufacturing. For more information about booking tickets for the event, please visit the TTJ Awards website at TTJAwards2021.

The Nobu Portman Square