The Community Board Best Practice Awards have a range of categories that reflect the diversity of the work community boards undertake. The categories below are for the 2017 Best Practice Awards.
The Judges are looking for a community board which has, exercising its leadership mandate, made an improvement to its community. This could involve:
The Judges are looking for a project, programme or initiative which has been funded, commissioned and/or led by a community board which has enhanced the quality of life and/or environment of their community. Projects, for example, which may have:
The Judges are looking for a project or initiative in which a community Board has taken an innovative approach to consultation and engagement. This can involve:
In addition, from each of these categories CBEC will select an overall winner, which will reflect the project or initiative that is the most innovative and resulted in the greatest community value. The award is sponsored by EquiP which offers a one day EquiP workshop of the winners choice. The workshop will have capacity for up to a maximum of 20 persons at the workshop.
Date updated: 23 June 2017