We are delighted to announce the return of the KHG excellence awards – celebrating the very best projects, professionals and partnerships across housing in Kent.
With 12 categories to enter, there are ample opportunities to showcase the work you do, to shine a light on the places you have created, the projects that make a difference and the people without whom it would not happen.
New categories this year will celebrate innovation, asset management, work in the private sector, as well as focusing on the best of new development and regeneration. The full list of categories is attached.
The ceremony is the highlight of the year for Kent Housing Group and as ever we want to receive your entries because it is always inspiring to hear about the great work taking place across Kent. You will note that we have reverted to a series of categories rather than the format of the Extraordinary awards held in 2021. So this is really the time to shine the light on the work that you thinks deserves wider attention. Celebrating our achievements .
So, how do you enter? Nominations open today and close on 26th August. Simply complete the attached application form for each of your entries for each of the categories you are submitting an application for and send the completed forms to Helen Miller, the Kent Housing Group Partnership Manager, email@example.com The winners will be announced at a virtual awards ceremony on 12th October 2022. The form and category list are also available to download from the KHG website.
To make the awards happen, KHG is thankful for the generous sponsorship and support from: Kent Housing and Development Group, DHA Planning, Optivo, Paramount Independent Property Services and Golding Homes.
Sharon Williams, Chair of the Kent Housing Group said: “The KHG awards are always special. Over the years the judging panel has been touched by the passion and purpose behind the vital contributions colleagues in housing are making in Kent. The ideas, the innovation and the vision that are demonstrated illustrate the caring side of housing and the drive we have to make a difference. Learning from the positive examples of others The categories provide the opportunity for us to celebrate the very best of housing in Kent, be that life-changing projects, new and experienced professionals, or processes and practices that are making a real difference. It can always be said that these are challenging times for the sector, but with everything we have experienced in recent years, now is the time to applaud our excellence.”Back