Awards 2019
The Guildhall, London
23 January 2019

How to enter

How to submit your awards entry:

Public sector organisations and contractors can enter by submitting a 750-1,000 word case study on their project, which should include the challenge that was addressed, the situation prior to the implementation of the new strategy, how the solution was implemented and which service providers were involved. The case study can include pictures, videos, and hyperlinks to relevant news coverage.

Submissions and enquiries for the 2019 awards can also be sent to LAPV editor Ann-Marie Knegt at

In selecting the winners, the judges will score submissions on the following criteria: innovation; use of technology; management of staff; public engagement; savings made; improvement of service to the public; improvement for internal organisation; staff engagement; sustainability; and safety.

The winners in each category will receive a two-page write up on their project in LAPV, a Future Fleet awards statue, and the right to display the Future Fleet winners’ badge on their literature.


All the information must be submitted online. Please read the following carefully and pay particular attention to the type, number and size of file that can be uploaded.

Whether you're entering an award for an authority / company / scheme / product / system / service or initiative, we can't tell you exactly how you can win, but there are a few simple guidelines that could help with your entry and maybe even increase your chances of getting short listed or even winning.

To ensure that you submit the correct information, please carefully read each of the bullet points in the criteria for the category entered. Make sure you state what the criteria has specifically asked for in the additional files.

Guidance notes:

Key items to include are:

For further information, or if you experience any problems, please contact:
Ann-Marie Knegt at or on 01935 374001.