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Enter the awards
The NLA Property Women Awards are free to enter and do not carry any kind of administration fee. Nominate yourself or someone else by downloading the Entry Form below.
Please read and fill in all sections otherwise the NLA will be unable to process your entry.
The deadline for nominations has been extended to Monday 9th July 2012.
Please email the Entry Form to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to:
PWA Entry - National Landlords Association
22-26 Albert Embankment
If you know someone worthy of an award, click here to view the categories and enter them today.
Book your tickets
Ticket prices for NLA members, UKALA members:
NLA Conference only = £75 inc VAT
NLA Property Women Awards only = £75 inc VAT
Both conference and PWA = £110 inc VAT (saving £40 on the combined ticket price)
Ticket prices for non-members:
NLA Conference only = £95 inc VAT
NLA Property Women Awards only = £95 inc VAT
Both conference and PWA = £150 inc VAT (saving £40 on the combined ticket price)
The NLA Property Women Awards is set to be the awards ceremony of the year for the property industry, so don’t miss out on this valuable networking opportunity and chance to celebrate the very best of women making the private-rented sector a better place to live in.
To book your tickets for the event, contact Charlotte Clements on 0207 840 8920 or email email@example.com
The Judging Panel
The 2009 and 2010 awards saw a prestigious line-up of property experts take on the difficult job of shortlisting the nominees and deciding on the eventual winners. These included top property journalists and industry figureheads.
We are pleased to announce an esteemed panel of judges for this year’s awards:
- Carolyn Uphill – NLA Director
- Eddie Hooker – CEO, my|deposits and Hamilton Fraser Insurance
- Lesley-Anne Avis – Chairman, The Association of Women in Property
- Sarah Pennells – Finance Journalist
- Sheila Manchester – Editorial Director, Property Drum Magazine
- Tessa Shepperson – Solicitor and Editor of Landlord Law
We’re pleased to announce that our host for this year’s awards will be journalist and broadcaster Katie Derham.
Katie Derham hosts arts programming for the BBC, particularly coverage of the Proms for Radios 2, 3 and 4. She was formerly senior anchor on ITV News, and co-presenter of London Tonight. She is also a seasoned media and arts correspondent, has her own show on Classic FM and regularly hosts the Classical Brit Awards at the Royal Albert Hall.
Katie started as a researcher on Radio 4's Moneybox. She won an award for personal finance broadcasting on Five Live's Moneycheck, and went on to edit The Financial World Tonight before moving into television as a consumer affairs correspondent.
At ITV Katie continued her media and arts brief before promotion to become the youngest newscaster on British network television presenting all the channels main news programmes.
She then returned to the BBC with programmes on Radio 3, Afternoon on 3 and Breakfast, and on Radio 4 with Traveller's Tree.