The Aico/HomeLINK Community Awards will return for 2024

The Aico|HomeLINK Community Awards will return for 2024

After the success of its first Community Awards in 2022, Aico/HomeLINK has announced that it is bringing this event back for its second year, returning on Thursday, 18 April 2024, at the International Convention Centre, Birmingham.

Hosted by Carl Jones, who presents Shropshire Business Live TV, and works across print, radio and TV, the awards ceremony will welcome over 400 guests and finalists for an evening of celebration, and recognition of excellence within the social housing industry and local community. The evening will also include a special guest appearance. The Community Awards consists of 13 different categories, all of which are now open to enter:

  • Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative
  • Neighbourhood Transformation
  • Resident Engagement
  • Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Woman in Fire Safety Award
  • College Initiative of the Year
  • Rising Star Award
  • Electrical Contractor of the Year
  • Inspirational Colleague of the Year
  • Sustainability Project of the Year
  • Best Distributor Community Initiative
  • Collaborative Partnership
  • Apprentice of the Year

Aico is delighted to launch the Apprentice of the Year Award for 2024. The award has been established to honour the brightest talents within the electrical industry. The top six candidates for this award will be invited to the Aico/HomeLINK Community Awards ceremony, where the winner will be announced.

The Community Awards are open for nominations to the public and organisations across the UK. Entries will be accepted until the 16 February 2024. To enter an individual or organisation, please find the Community Awards entry forms here.

Neal Hooper, Managing Director of Aico, comments, We are thrilled to be bringing back the Community Awards, these awards are a celebration of the inspirational people and organisations within social housing and our local communities. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a key focus for Aico/HomeLINK. We believe it’s about making a real difference in the lives of those around us, that’s why it’s so important to recognise the individuals and organisations who are going above and beyond to make their communities a better place. We look forward to celebrating the achievements of the nominees at the Awards in April.”

The Aico/HomeLINK Community Awards are a unique opportunity to recognise the outstanding work that is being done by individuals and organisations across the UK to improve the lives and safety of others.

To find out more, and how to enter, visit the website here.

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