Highlights Community Campus, Giroscope, Plymouth, Stoke-on-Trent amongst others, thanks to the Action on Empty Homes new campaign about community inittiatives to bring empties back into use, led by Chris Bailey.
This is our longest-running awards category and it always attracts high quality submissions, making the choice of winners difficult.
This year, the award was sponsored and judged by Kent’s No Use Empty team, who certainly are well-equipped with all the necessary experience needed to evaluate the entries.
In the event, they selected one outright winner, and also gave a ‘highly commended’ award. The awards were presented at the Empty Homes Conference in Bimringham by Steve Grimshaw, Programme Manager, Kent County Council.
it'st aken a long time to filter out, but we are finally announcing the winners of our "Post-of-the-month" award for January 2012. Our two deserving winners will each be receiving a £15 Amazon voucher for their contributions.
The awards, the first of their kind in the history of the Network, were approved by the Member Services Sub-committee, chaired by Lynne Campbell of South Lakeland, and were as follows:
Actually a press release, this offers insight into the partnership required to progress such a project.
This is a useful practical guide to empty homes work featuring many good examples from all over the United Kingdom. It also gives a good sense of the law in Scotland.