The National Landlords Association’s (NLA) Property Women Awards 2012 will award a landlord who has demonstrated a ‘green initiative’ to mark the introduction of the Green Deal.
The awards honour women in the private-rented sector who have been advocates of best practice and who have weathered the recession and achieved exceptional results. The NLA’s own research has found that two thirds of landlords would consider Green Deal funded improvements.
The ‘green’ accolade will be conferred on someone who has made energy efficiency and environmental improvements to their properties.
NLA director and awards judge Carolyn Uphill said: "The NLA property women awards recognises the high level of female entrepreneurship which we have in the industry, and NLA green property woman award is just one area where we have seen real innovation and forward thinking from our members.
"It is encouraging to hear the majority of landlords would consider the Government's Green Deal and make energy efficient improvements to their properties. We hope to find another landlord who has shown real green innovation this year."
As well as the regional awards, six principal awards will be given to recognise inspirational women from other areas of the private-rented sector. The overall winner will be selected from the regional and principal category winners.
If you are a woman working in property or know somebody who you think could qualify for the awards and would like to enter, nomination forms can be found online.
Entries close on the 9th July. The awards take place on 31st October.
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