Best practice in maintenance awards 2017

Applications closed for 2017

The NHMF awards recognise success and ingenuity within the housing sector. They showcase projects and organisations that have excelled in improving the quality and efficiency of the services they provide.

The awards are free to enter and are open to all social landlords and their contractors. Entering the award is a great way to publicise your success within your organisation and the industry as a whole. They also provide a forum for sharing best practice within the industry, contributing to the knowledge base created by the NHMF. Finally, entering the awards is a great way to reward team members for all their hard work.

The awards are held every year at the NHMF Annual Conference. This year the awards ceremony will be held at the Hilton Metropole in Birmingham on 24 January 2017. For more information, or to download an application form, click here.

The closing date for submissions was 12 noon on Friday 18 November 2016.
The shortlist was published here on Monday 12 December:

Best client

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Shortlisted Basildon Borough Council & Morgan Sindall Property Services 304
Shortlisted Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd 314
Shortlisted Grampian Housing Association 315

Best small client

Shortlisted Golden Lane Housing 270
Shortlisted Shropshire Rural Housing Association & Kensa Heat Pumps 291

Best contract

Shortlisted Anchor & Keepmoat 273
Shortlisted Riverside 294
Shortlisted The Flagship Group & Kensa Heat Pumps 312

Most improved asset management

Shortlisted Broadacres HA & Vantage Business Solutions 289
Shortlisted First Wessex 309
Shortlisted One Vision Housing 311

Best customer impact*

Shortlisted Northern Ireland Housing Executive 265
Shortlisted The Hyde Group 287
Shortlisted Housing Plus Group 299
Shortlisted One Vision Housing 310

*Note: Due to the high number of quality entries for Best customer impact, we have shortlisted four organisations and there will also be two awards chosen from that category.

2016 Winner Project of the year

The winner of this award was selected as the best overall project from the five other award categories and was chosen, for the first time in 2016, by both the judges and the attendees of the conference. See the full project details here.

Project of the year 2016 - King Street