The Chief Officer of Scotland’s Towns Partnership, Phil Prentice, has been announced as a judge for this year’s Great British High Street Awards. Mr Prentice looks forward to reviewing inspiring applications from across the UK as part of the competition.
For more information, please see the below press release from the UK Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government, or the full article here.
Great British High Street Awards 2019 judges revealed
Published 23 July 2019 by Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
Judges have been announced to select winners of the Great British High Street Awards 2019 from a shortlist of 40 finalists.
A panel of 47 judges have been chosen to represent those who use and care about the high street, from teenagers, to older people, commercial customers and families. The panel combines public and private sector expertise, including proud partner Visa and sponsor Elavon.
The Great British High Street Awards celebrate the UK’s best and most ambitious high streets, with winners receiving up to £15,000 in prize money.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, in partnership with Visa, runs the awards. Winners showcase the best examples of how high streets can rise to the challenges of changing consumer behaviour in a changing retail environment.
Shortlisted high streets will be announced on 7 August and the public will then be able to cast their vote along with the independent judging panel.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in November.
The Great British High Street judges:
List of the Great British High Street Awards 2019 judges (PDF, 82.9 KB, 2 pages)