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The prestigious Keep Britain Tidy Network Awards are a highlight of our annual conference. The awards reward excellence and innovation in improving local environmental quality and enable Network members to share good practice.

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How many awards are there and who can apply?

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We are now accepting applications for the awards.
Closing date Friday 1st November 2019.

There are 10 award categories in total, with four open to all local authorities and six exclusive to Keep Britain Tidy Network Members.

 

Awards open to Network members only

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Outstanding Service Delivery Award 2020

The Outstanding Service Delivery recognises a project or initiative that has shown a significant improvement to service delivery, making a measurable improvement in local environmental quality. The winning project will be able to evidence a more efficient and/or more effective service.

A project with a robust system for monitoring will score more favourably.

This category is only open to Network members

Team or Crew of the Year 2020

The Environmental Team or Crew of the Year is a team delivering the very best service possible. We are looking for a team that has maintained, or ideally improved results.  We are looking for a team that can demonstrate effective team working, clear leadership and solid support. Our winning team should be one that is integral to the organisation and aware of the impact on the local area. If you can demonstrate a robust system for monitoring and strong data your application will score more favourably.
This category is only open to Network members

Waste Performance Project of the Year 2020

The Keep Britain Tidy Waste Performance Project of the Year Award recognises successful projects that can show evidence of changing people’s behaviour in relation to waste. The winning project should be one that will lead to sustained change in people’s behaviour and be able to demonstrate improvements in either recycling rates, reduced contamination or a reduction in waste overall.

A project with a robust system for monitoring will score more favourably.

This category is only open to Network members

Litter Initiative of the Year 2020 

The Keep Britain Tidy Litter Initiative of the Year Award recognises projects that have successfully reduced litter through sustained behaviour change. The winning project will need to demonstrate both a change in people’s behaviour and improvements to local environmental quality. Projects with a robust system for monitoring will score more favourably.
This category is only open to Network members

Community Engagement Award 2020

The Keep Britain Tidy Community Engagement Award rewards action that has empowered communities to take responsibility and contribute to improving the quality of their local environment.

This award is open to individuals, community groups or organisations that have driven community action.

This category is only open to Network members

Excellence in Enforcement Award 2020

The award is presented to an individual who stands out from the crowd and has excelled at The Enforcement Academy, they must have embedded the learning and ethos into their organisation and be passionate about the work that they do and the results they achieve.
This category is only open to Network members

Awards open to all local authorities

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The Great British Spring Clean Award 2020

The Great British Spring Clean Award commends activity that took place between 23rd March and 23rd April 2019.  The award recognises promotion, engagement and delivery of the Great British Spring Clean campaign. This award is open to local authorities that took part in the Great British Spring Clean 2019 to highlight and celebrate their achievements throughout this campaign/period.  Strong data related to the success of the campaign will score more favourably.

#LitterHeroes Award

The #LitterHeroes Award celebrates an outstanding contribution by an individual or group that has demonstrated commitment to the local environment and reducing litter.  The individual or group has to be nominated by a local authority.
Open to Network and non-Network members.

Love Parks Award 2020 

The Love Parks Award recognises an outstanding event or campaign during Love Parks week 12th-21st July 2019. Love Parks aim is to ensure residents and visitors use local parks and protect this important and precious green space. Evidence of increased footfall in parks will score more favourable.
This application must come from a local authority. Open to Network and non-Network members.

Young #LitterHeroes Award 2020

Maximum age 16

The Young Litter Hero Award celebrates an outstanding contribution by an individual or group that has demonstrated commitment to the local environment and reducing litter.  The individual or group has to be nominated by a local authority.
Open to Network and non-Network members.

What is the application deadline?

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Closing date for entries: Friday 1st November 2019.

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