Awards 2017
London Hilton Hotel, 22 Park Lane
15th June 2017
enter-now
Deadline: 14 February 2017

To submit an entry select the category first (go back to the Categories list to see the full criteria for each category), then simply fill out all details in full below.

Select Category

To submit an entry for the above category simply fill out all details in full below. The My Details section requires the details of the person submitting the entry whether it is for themselves or for someone else.

The My Entry section is where details for the person being nominated need to be filled out. This could be either yourself or for the person/company you submitting on behalf of.

My Details

My Entry

My Document

Your entry should be in a MS word or PDF format and approximately 2,000 words long. You can also include an optional 100 word summary to accompany your nomination at the top of your submission. For any images, documentation, examples or testimonials this should all be included within the one entry. Appendices and the summary won't be included in the word count however please note that giving the judges more to read will eat into their very limited time. The more succinct the entry the more beneficial to the entrant. For further details on how to enter please read the How to enter page or contact Melanie Fry m.fry@hgluk.com 0207 973 6687.

 

Rules and Guidelines

  1. Entries are welcome from all local authorities across the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.
  1. Applicants may enter more than one category and the same category but with a different project as many times as they like.
  1. Nominations can be made online and should be around 2,000 words to be considered by the judges. Entries can exceed or go below the word limit by around 10%. Each entry needs to describe the achievement and in particular support their entry with proof of its success and customer feedback. Appendices won’t be included in the word count however please note that giving the judges more to read will eat into their very limited time.
  1. Supporting documentation may not always be taken into consideration on top of the main submission at Stage 1.
  1. A brief summary of up to 100 words can accompany each entry.
  1. You must adhere to your individual category criteria addressing each of the key evidence points that the judges are looking for.
  1. All nominations are treated in confidence and no contact information will be passed to any third party.
  1. Nominations must be submitted by the local authority that’s entering the category.

 


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