Worthing Homes’ Relish™ project (a joint initiative with FFT and Rydon) has been shortlisted for four categories in The Sustainable Housing Awards 2011, organised by Inside Housing magazine and its sister publication Sustainable Housing.
Now in their fourth year, the Sustainable Housing awards 2011 have, once again, been inundated with entries from the leading green organisations featuring the most innovative and impressive projects in the UK. It is a fantastic achievement for Worthing Homes’ Relish™ project to be shortlisted in the face of such fierce competition. We are thrilled to be able to host the awards ceremony that recognises the work of the housing sector’s sustainable pioneers. Nick Duxbury, editor of the Sustainable Magazine
The categories are:
- Energy saving initiative of the year
- Sustainable housing partnership of the year
- Sustainability innovation award
- Social housing provider of the year – innovative approach to green homes award
This awards scheme focuses on the best ‘green’ social housing projects constructed in the UK, and the organisations responsible for them. The trophies will be presented at a suitably ‘eco’ awards ceremony at the Hilton Hotel in London’s Park Lane on Friday 21 October.
Last year nearly 600 people attended the event, which was hosted by comedian Mark Watson, and in 2009 Jon Snow was the master of ceremonies. This year’s event will be hosted by comedian, actor and keen climate change campaigner Marcus Brigstocke.
The sponsors of the awards include Mitie, United House, Profile 22, H + H Celcon, Sustainable Homes, NHBC, Willmott Dixon Group, Breyer Group, Appollo, Higgins, Wates Living Space and British Gas.
If you want to find out more about the awards, the judges and each of the finalists, visit the events section of the Inside Housing website.