The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) Group is supporting the 44th National Home Improvement Council (NHIC) Awards.
The event will take place on 22 November at One Whitehall Place, London.
The NHIC Awards honour achievement in UK housing; since their inception in 1974, they have grown to become the premier event that celebrates the home improvement sector.
For the first time, this year’s ceremony will feature ‘The George Clarke Medal’, celebrating the UK’s best architect-designed home refurbishment, conversion or renovation scheme.
James Lee, Director of GGF Group Marketing and Communications, commented: “As a Member of the NHIC we look forward to attending the awards. We are proud to support our Members who are motivated and delivering excellence as well as welcoming them to take part in this prestigious awards ceremony.”
GGF subsidiary companies will also be representing the NHIC at the ceremony. Entries are now sought from across the spectrum of housing modernisation projects and associated activities.
Entry for each award is free, with the closing date for submissions being 12 October.
For more info on the NHIC Annual Awards, visit https://nhic.org.uk/awards/
To enter the Awards, visit https://nhic.org.uk/2018-awards-application/
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