JPA had a GREAT night last night at the Sustainable City Awards hosted by The Crystal in London, organised by the London Sustainability Exchange and sponsored by Investec.
London Sustainability Exchange (LSx) was founded in 2001 by the City of London and a group of influential partners, who continue to shape its development today. LSx
is a “think and do” charity which creates collaborations that address the complex barriers to a sustainable London. LSx work in partnership with business, government and the voluntary sector to reduce London’s environmental footprint; improve the lives of London’s disadvantaged communities; improve the health of Londoners and improve the knowledge and skills of communities.
To achieve these goals, LSx run learning networks and innovative exemplar schemes and seek to influence policy and practice throughout London.
At the 19th annual awards last night, JPA won the Managing Resources Award for Project Dodo and additionally, The Sir Peter Parker Award for best overall commercial entry, judged across all categories and presented by the Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Shirley Rodrigues.
JPA would particularly like to thank the following organisations who have been and continue to be, instrumental in supporting us to evolve our business including: University College London, Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce, FIRA (Furniture industry Research Association), Herts LEP, Family Business Place, Radio Verulam and The Green Triangle.