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Sustainable Cities Awards entries

21 March 2018

There is still time to enter the Sustainable Cities Awards, supported by the Worshipful Company of Pattenmakers as part of its FM involvement.

Established by the City of London, the awards are focused on recognising examples of best practice in environmental management and sustainable leadership.

There are a number of options for FMs in all sectors, including categories such as Healthier City, Smart Technology, Innovative Spaces, Sustainable Mobility, Managing Resources and the Sir Peter Parker Award.

Sustainability is an important factor within the awards, as displayed by the Sir Peter Parker category, which was established to recognise businesses setting new standards of innovation, performance and environmental leadership.

The deadline for entries is the end of this month, with more information available here.

Winners will receive their trophies at the presentation ceremony on 12 July within the Crystal building in Royal Victoria Docks, London.

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