Where & when?

Thursday, 12 December 2019

The Vox, Resorts World, Birmingham


VOTING IS NOW CLOSED!

Competition entrants are awarded gold, silver or bronze standard in the contest covering both home and commercial pool and spa facilities.  There was a huge marketing boost at stake, for the winning companies in a competition that attracts over 2,000 on line votes as well as votes from judges, before being scrutinised by an independent jury.  

Showcasing the very best examples of pool and spa design, supply and build, from across the country, more than 200 swimming pools and hot tub products and projects have been entered in this year's competition by 80 specialist water leisure companies.

Winners across 30 categories are presented with trophies and certificates at the business networking and promotional evening earlier this week, attended by over 200 of the industry’s key personnel including leisure operators, pool builders, designers, hot tub manufacturers and retailers.

“The 2019 awards have attracted entries from 80 companies with a terrific spread of projects, products and people all set to be recognised,” commented Christina Connor, of Waterland Media, the event organisers.

“Projects are becoming more involved and more expensive with a clear trend for people to improve rather than move by investing in their own leisure facilities for aquatic exercise, relation and social time at home.”

Don't forget to book your seat for this year's presentations on Thursday December 12th at The Vox, Resorts World, NEC, Birmingham. You can secure your place by clicking the ticket tab - why not make it your company's Christmas Party? Tables are available.

For further information about featured projects or for images, please contact Waterland Media on Tel. +44 (0)1353 666 663 or email awards@thewaterlandgroup.com

Key Dates:

Tuesday October 1st  -  Voting Opens

Tuesday October 22nd - Voting Closes

Tuesday October 29th - Category Judging Complete

Friday November 8th - Panel Adjudication

Thursday December 12th - Presentation