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London Build 18 - 19 June, London www.londonbuildexpo.com


Celebrating Constrution Awards (East Midlands) 19 June, Nottingham www.celebratingconstructionawards.org


CIH Housing Conference & Exhibtion 23 - 25 June, Manchester www.cihhousing.com


Celebrating Constrution Awards (West Midlands) 10 July, Birmingham www.celebratingconstructionawards.org


National Housing Awards 10 September, London www.nationalhousingawards.co.uk


Heating & Renewables Roadshow 10 - 24 September, various locations www.heatingandrenewablesroadshow.co.uk


24housing Awards 3 July (Entry closing date)


believe the many changes over the last few years such as reductions in government grants and changes to the benefits system have brought out the best in social landlords and the people who work for them. The awards include categories such as Affordable Housing Scheme of the Year, Tenant


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he 24housing Awards were founded in 2013 and celebrate the best in the social housing sector. The awards organisers


Champion, Best Green Scheme and Best Apprenticeship Scheme. The awards ceremony will be held in Coventry on 8 October. The entry process is split in to two stages, the first of which closes on 3 July. On 10 July a shortlist will be announced, after which all shortlisted entries must complete a final entry by 4 August. For more information including a full list of


categories and details on entering, visit: www.24housingawards.co.uk


British Homes Awards 10 July (Entry closing date)


housing sector. Over the years, the awards has built itself a


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legacy and is known throughout the industry for its impact on changing design in new homes. There are 10 development awards, plus an


award for Architect of the Year and Housebuilder of the Year. The awards presentation will be held at The


London Marriott Hotel on 16 October. However, all award entries must be submitted by 10 July. To be eligble to enter, schemes must have been com- pleted or have a significant proportion completed


respond online at www.hbdonline.co.uk


he Sunday Times British Homes Awards recognise design excellence in varied schemes and projects throughout the


since 1 June 2013. Award categories include Interior Design,


Affordable Housing Development, Mixed-Use Development and Development of the Year. The Development of the Year category will be split into three further categoties – a scheme of up to 25 houses, a scheme of 26 - 100 houses and a scheme of over 100 houses. The awards will be judged by a panel of expert


judges, including Housebuilder & Developer Editor, David Mote. For more information on entering the awards,


to view a full list of award categories and to book your place at the presentations, visit: www.britishhomesawards.co.uk


RESI Conference 17 - 18 September, Newport www.resievent.com


National Housing Federation Annual Conference & Housing Exhibition 23 - 25 September, Birmingham annual.housing.org.uk/the-exhibition


100 per cent Design 23 - 26 September, London www.100percent.co.uk


London Homebuilding & Renovating and Home Improvement Show 25 - 27 September, London www.homebuildingshow.co.uk


Te Build Show 6 - 8 October, Birmingham www.buildshow.co.uk


UK Construction Week 6 - 11 October, Birmingham www.ukconstructionweek.com


24housing Awards 8 October, Coventry www.24housingawards.co.uk


British Homes Awards 16 October, London www.britishhomesawards.co.uk


Women in Housing Conference/Awards 22 October, Manchester www.womeninhousingawards.co.uk


Greenbuild EXPO 10 - 11 November, Manchester www.greenbuildexpo.co.uk


Conference and Exhibition for Smaller Housing Associations 5 November, London www.housing.org.uk/events


Homes 18 - 19 November, London www.homesevent.co.uk


Women in


Housing Awards 3 July (Entry closing date)


ebrate the achievements of women in the housebuildng industry who are pushing bound- aries to achieve excellence. As well as the evening awards ceremony, there


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will also be a Women in Housing Conference held during the day, including presentations, debates and workshops. The conference will focus on the key issues women in the industry are facing. The awards ceremony takes place at the


Hilton Manchester Deansgate on 22 October. A guest speaker will also attend the awards – 2014’s was Lulu and 2013’s was Karen Brady. The closing date for entries is 3 July. Award categories


include Leading Female


Mentor/Coach, Young Achiever – Housing & Community Development (entrants/nominees must be under 30), Exemplary Housing Professional and Best Female Apprentice/ Trainee. There is also an award to recognise the men who have helped these women – Best Male Supporter. For more information on how to make an


entry/nominate someone for an award, to see a full list of categories and to book a place at the awards ceremony, please visit: www.womeninhousingawards.co.uk


015 marks the third year of the Women in Housing Awards. Held in partnership with Women in Social Housing, the awards cel-


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