Voting in the 25th TTJ Awards launches10 May 2021
Voting is underway for the 25th anniversary TTJ Awards, which this year will be a hybrid event featuring an in-person event in central London and live-streaming to a wider digital audience.
A new TTJ Awards website is also live – AWARDS2021. A voting link and entry forms for the judged categories can be accessed on the new site.
2021 represents the 25th anniversary for the TTJ Awards and the team is working hard to make the occasion on September 17 a successful, safe and memorable event.
“After surveying the industry about returning to in-person events and monitoring the government’s Covid-19 roadmap and infection rates, we are planning a physical event allied with livestreaming to a wider digital audience,” said TTJ editor Stephen Powney.
“We will continue to monitor the situation closely and adapt our event model if necessary. But we are very hopeful that people can gather once again in this 25th anniversary celebration of the event on September 17.”
A new category is being launched this year in our voted for section: Timber Garden Product Supplier of the Year, in recognition of the massive industry which manufactures and supplies garden products including fencing, decking, landscaping timbers, sheds, garden structures and garden furniture. This industry saw great demand in 2020 as homeowners invested in their gardens.
Nearly 1,000 votes were registered in the online voting process in 2020 from a wide range of timber trade customers, including merchants, joinery manufacturers, structural timber systems suppliers, architects, building contractors, garden product producers and furniture makers.
We are also restarting several of our judged categories after postponing these categories during 2020. These will be the Career Development awards, Excellence in Marketing and Environmental Achievement.
For enquiries about sponsorship contact Chidi Adilih on +44 (0) 20 7406 6739 / [email protected] For all other enquiries contact event manager Carys Stanton on [email protected]