IBP Journalism Awards 2018: Nominations

Please note the nominations are listed alphabetically and the winner in each category will be announced at the Annual Journalism Awards dinner at the Four Seasons hotel on Thursday 29th November. If you have not already done so, please put this date in your diary.

ARCHITECTURE WRITER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by BDP

Elizabeth Hopkirk, Building Design
Ike ljeh, Building Design
Manon Mollard, The Architectural Review
Isabelle Priest, RIBA Journal
Rob Wilson, The Architects’ Journal

CONSTRUCTION/INFRASTRUCTURE WRITER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by Willmott Dixon

Lucy Alderson, Construction News
Binyamin Ali, Construction News
Thomas Lane, Building Design

NEWS REPORTER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by Four Communications

Peter Apps, Inside Housing
Nathaniel Barker, Inside Housing
Luke Barratt, Inside Housing
India Block, Dezeen
Tim Clark, Freelance writing for Construction News and Drapers magazine
Zak Garner-Purkis, Construction News
Will Hurst, The Architects’ Journal
Charlie Schouten, Place North West
Katherine Smale, New Civil Engineer
Richard Waite, The Architects’ Journal

FEATURE WRITER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by AECOM

Lucy Alderson, Construction News
Peter Apps, Inside Housing
Nathaniel Barker, Inside Housing
Luke Barratt, Inside Housing
Alexandra Goss, The Sunday Times
Thomas Lane, Building Design
Martina Lees, The Sunday Times
Jess McCabe, Inside Housing

BUSINESS/FINANCIAL JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by Colliers International

Luke Barratt, Inside Housing
Judith Evans, Financial Times
Luke Cross, Social Housing
Steve Menary, Freelance
writing for Housebuilder and Highways magazine

HOUSING /RESIDENTIAL JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by Barratt Developments

Peter Apps, Inside Housing
Nathaniel Barker, Inside Housing
Hugh Graham, The Sunday Times
Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing

MULTI-MEDIA JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by IBP

Simon Aldous, The Architects’ Journal
Peter Apps, Sophie Barnes, Nathaniel Barker and Luke Barratt, Inside Housing
Marcus Fairs, Dezeen
Amy Frearson, Dezeen

‘NEW’ JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by The Built Environment Trust

Luke Barratt, Inside Housing
Eleanor Beaumont, The Architectural Review
Ella Jessel, The Architects’ Journal
Jordan Marshall, Building
David Price, Construction News

MAGAZINE (WEEKLY) OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by Marley Eternit

Building
Construction News
Inside Housing

MAGAZINE (NON WEEKLY) OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by Sidell Architects

New Civil Engineer
New London Quarterly
Planning in London
Social Housing
The Architects’ Journal
The Architectural Review

DIGITAL SERVICE
Sponsored by IBP

Construction News
Dezeen
Place North West
Social Housing
The Architects’ Journal
The B1M

SCOOP OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by FTI Consulting

Peter Apps, Inside Housing
Peter Apps, Luke Barratt and Kate de Selincourt, Inside Housing
Luke Barratt and Sophie Barnes,  Inside Housing
Will Hurst, The Architects’ Journal
Zak Garner-Purkis, Construction News
Dave Rogers, Building

THE IBP JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by AECOM

See website homepage for full details of the Awards Presentation Dinner

IBP NATIONAL JOURNALISM AWARDS 2018 – JUDGES

IBP JOURNALISM AWARDS 2018 – JUDGES

 

Claer Barratt, Personal Finance Editor, Financial Times

Adrian Barrick, Editorial Consultant, former editor Building

Giles Barrie, MD, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting, former editor Property Week

Peter Bill, Freelance Journalist, former editor Building and Estates Gazette

Mark Collins, Executive Director, CBRE

Tim Danton, Director, Danton Media, Consultant to Dennis Publishing

Peter Day, Correspondent, BBC ‘In Business’ programme

George Demetri, Technical Writer WSP, former editor World Tunnelling

Soraya Khan, Partner, Theis and Khan Architects

Mike Leonard, CEO, Building Alliance

Dominic Morgan, Director, Ing media, former deputy editor Property Week

Fiona Neil, Associate, Piercy Company, Architects

Richard Northedge, City & Business Journalist, former editor, Sunday Business

Alasdair Reisner, CEO, CECA, former journalist on Construction News

Peter Roper, Freelance Journalist, former editor New Builder

Dickon Ross, Editor-in-Chief, Engineering & Technology

Barbara Rowlands, Associate Professor of Journalism, City University

David Saffin, CEO, Second Opinion Experts Alliance

John Slaughter, Director, External Affairs, Home Buyers Federation

Ruth Slavid, Architecture Editor and Journalist, former editor AJ Online

Caroline Thorpe, Freelance Journalist (business, politics and social affairs) contributes to:

The Economist, The Financial Times, The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph

Jenny Watt, Marketing Manager, The Built Environment Trust

James Whitmore, Tavistock, former City Editor Property Week

John Yadoo, Partner, Pryme Consulting

 

This list is comprehensive and correct at the time of posting

 

June 2018

Communications and PR Awards: shortlist announced…

The following, listed alphabetically,  have been shortlisted in the 2018 Communication and PR Awards:

YOUNG COMMUNICATOR OF THE YEAR

Jennifer Ball, LUCHFORD APM
Catherine Llewellyn, AECOM
Ellie Perham-Marchant, FTI Consulting

BEST BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS CAMPAIGN

Holistic Group
Liz Male Consulting
Ridgemount PR

BEST INTEGRATED CAMPAIGN

Goodfellow Communications
London Communications Agency
Ridgemount PR

PR CONSULTANCY TEAM

Holistic Group
Liz Male Consulting

IN-HOUSE COMMUNICATIONS TEAM

Colliers International
Savills

IBP Communication and PR Awards 2018: Key Dates

Plans are under way for this year’s Communication and PR Awards, as you may already be aware the main judging takes place online, with shortlisted entrants being invited to an interview session with the category judges.

In addition to the usual IBP Alerts there will also be a social media campaign and annocements via Gorkana, CIPR and the PRCA..

Key dates for your diary:

  • Call for Entries: Monday 23rd February
  • Entries submitted by: Friday 23rd March
  • Online judging: commences: Wednesday 10th April
  • Online judging completed: Monday 23rd April
  • Interviews will take place on: Wednesday 16th Thursday 17th, and Friday 18th at The Building Centre between 08.30am – 12.30pm
  • Award Presentations Party: Wednesday 4th July, 18.30 hours at All Bar One, Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7DE.

Should you require any additional information please contact Gerald Bowey on 0771 348 9390 or email: gerald@geraldbowey.co.uk

Journalism Awards Nominations Announced

The following nominations have been made in the IBP Annual National Journalism Awards for 2016. Please note the nominations are listed alphabetically and the winner in each category will be announced at the Annual Journalism Awards dinner at the Four Seasons hotel on Thursday 01st December.

ARCHITECTURE WRITER OF THE YEAR
Jon Astbury, The Architectural Review
Will Hurst, The Architects’ Journal
Isabelle Priest, RIBA Journal

CONSTRUCTION/INFRASTRUCTURE WRITER OF THE YEAR
Stephen Cousins, Freelance
Robyn Wilson, Construction News

NEWS REPORTER OF THE YEAR
Pete Apps, Inside Housing
Will Hurst, The Architects’ Journal
Heather Spurr, Inside Housing

FEATURE WRITER OF THE YEAR
Adam Branson, Property Week
Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing
Daniel Kemp, Construction News

BUSINESS/FINANCIAL JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Joanna Bourke, London Evening Standard
Guy Montague-Jones, Property Week
Charlie Schouten, Construction News

HOUSING /RESIDENTIAL JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Pete Apps, Inside Housing
Hugo Cox, Financial Times
Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing

MULTI-MEDIA JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Daniel Kemp, Construction News
Laura Mark, The Architects’ Journal

‘NEW’ JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Yoosof Farah, Building
Samuel Horti, Property Week
Katherine Smale, New Civil Engineer

MAGAZINE (WEEKLY) OF THE YEAR
Building
Inside Housing
Property Week

MAGAZINE (NON WEEKLY) OF THE YEAR
The Architects’ Journal
New Civil Engineer
Planning in London

DIGITAL SERVICE
The Architects’ Journal
Construction News

SCOOP OF THE YEAR
Pete Apps, Sophie Barnes & Martin Hilditch, Inside Housing
Dawn Foster, The Guardian
Will Hurst, The Architects’ Journal

THE JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Will be announced from the winners of the individual categories

IBP National Journalism Awards 2016 – Call for Online Entries

Enter the IBP Journalism Awards online

To enter you simply format your three articles, you can use stories from a mix of platforms – online, print, or broadcast or from a single source, and submit them with your completed entry form and support material in the templates provided online.

This year, in addition to the individual ‘New’ Journalist Award category winner, the sponsor: The Built Environment Trust, has also created a £500 bursary for each of the finalists in this category, and will commission each nominee to write an article on an appropriate subject relevant to the built environment. See conditions of entry for full details.

With further improvements this year filing your entry online should make the whole process easier and quicker. We have also extended the entry period by a week, therefore you should be able to plan your entry well in advance of the closing date.

Key dates:

Awards open: 31 August

Awards close: 16 September

Awards online longlist judging commences: 19 September

Awards ‘live’ shortlist judging: 17 October

Awards nominations announced shortly after final judging

Awards Presentation Dinner: 01 December

These highly valued journalism awards are supported by some of the built environment’s leading companies and judged by panels of senior journalists, including former winners, and industry professionals.

The range of awards offer a fantastic opportunity for both new and established journalists in our sector. I urge you to pitch your best work against that of your colleagues and rivals, and to secure the recognition that your work deserves.

Click here to begin your online Awards Entry

Click here for full details, terms and conditions

Click here for Magazine of the Year Entry Form (hard copy entries only)

Click here for details and methods of payment

Click here for the presentation dinner event flyer

 

Executive Board Report 2015/16

IBP has had a successful 2015/16, making a number of positive changes and improvements, welcoming new members to the board and beyond, and beginning to discuss in advance further changes we will need to consider in 2016/17.

Events:

The IBP Communication Awards continue to grow in size and reputation, with more entries to the 2016 awards than ever, and a palpable desire among entrants to win. Priorities for these awards in 2017 will be to continue their growth, especially among less well-represented parts of the built environment.

The IBP Journalism Awards saw many worthy (and very happy) winners and received some great feedback. Peter Murray’s impersonation of Peter Rees gave everyone an Awards night to remember. A thoroughly enjoyable night was had by all. The 2015 judging panel contained six new judges, and another six have agreed to judge the 2016 awards, including some high-profile journalists.

The 2015 Strategic Land Debate worked well, but the partnership with Hogan Lovells has come to an end, meaning the future of the event is up for discussion. A debate, in early July, in conjunction with the CIOB was postponed but plans are in hand to hold an industry debate in the autumn.

Technology:

In 2015 IBP made a substantial investment in a new website to improve members’ access to information and to make it a better ‘shop window’ for the organisation to potential members.

The new website also enabled the entries for the Journalism Awards to be submitted and all entries (the long list) to be judged online for the first time, aided by the valuable experience of the online Communication and PR Awards from 2013 onwards.

The final ‘live’ judging session still takes place at The Building Centre to enable debate and discussion of the entries among the judges.

Futures group:

As the IBP board evolves, we always seek and welcome new ideas. Nick Duxbury, Executive Editor of Inside Housing, took over as Chairman of the Futures Group and has established a valuable working relationship with the department of journalism at City University, creating a broad appeal to graduate and established journalists and PR professionals. The focus of the Futures Group continues to be on digital platforms and the delivery of content to the built environment, using national news vehicles and other sectors experience to illustrate market trends and deliverables. He has organised and delivered two valuable, interesting and well-attended events and we look forward to the next event in the autumn and more in 2017. More/…

I thank all the board members for their valuable time, generously given to attend meetings, discuss policy and support the events programme.

I also thank members for entering the Journalism and Communication Award schemes and for attending events;

IBP is your organisation and we very much welcome suggestions, and working with all members. Please feel free to contact Gerald Bowey on gerald@geraldbowey.co.uk with any ideas you may have or wish to explore.

rebbeca-evans

Rebecca Evans, President

Editor, Construction News


 

ibp Online AGM 2016

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IBP Communication and PR Awards 2016 – Winners Announced

IBP Communication and PR Awards 2016
The following are the Winners and Highly Commended in each category. The Awards Bulletin will be available to view by Tuesday, with the full details and citations.

Best Business Communications Campaign
Stone Stories: Goodfellow Communications

Integrated Campaign
Winner: London Communications Agency
Highly Commended: Holistic

In House Communications Team
Winner: Colliers International
Highly Commended: Galliford Try

Young Communicator of the Year
Amelie Barrau, Press Officer
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

PR Consultancy Team
London Communications Agency

Campaign of the Year
Stone Stories: Goodfelloe Communications

Communicator of the Year
Alan Jones, Galliford Try

The Annual Wren Talk – The Great Fire of London

DELIVERED BY WRITER AND HISTORIAN ADRIAN TINNISWOOD

DATE: 14th June | 7pm-8:15pm

St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, London See full event details

Writer and historian Adrian Tinniswood pieces together the human story of the Fire
and its aftermath, providing a reconstruction of what happened to schoolchildren,
and servants, courtiers and clergymen.

The Great Fire wasn’t simply a tragedy of economics and architecture, some
436 acres of closely packed streets burned, 13,200 houses destroyed, millions of
pounds lost; it also killed and maimed, and it drove Londoners mad in their quest
for vengeance.

Tinniswood, a seasoned lecturer and broadcaster, explores the history of a cataclysm
and its consequences from the fi rst small blaze to the rebirth of the City.
Paul Finch, editorial director of Architects’ Journal, will introduce The Wren Talk
which takes place as part of the London Festival of Architecture.

TICKETS
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CONTACT
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