How to enter

Six steps for successful entry

Please remember: you can make a first entry and as many subsequent entries as you wish for the same project or development. If you enter a different project or development then you will need to make another first entry fee payment, but all subsequent entries are again free of charge for that project or development.

All entry forms are completed online – a submission paper must be prepared offline then uploaded to the Awards website. The guide template of headings and suggested content for the written submission can be found on the Useful advice page, along with other helpful information.

Eligibility: Activity described in the entry must started, been under way, or have taken place between December 1 2022 and April 30 2024. 

Entries close: May 31

Time is always precious and sometimes writing an entry submission is one of those jobs put off until the last moment. For a helping hand to write your awards entries contact:

www.boost-marketing.co.uk  

Please note that Boost Marketing is a completely independent company that specialises in preparing Awards’ submissions. There is no financial relationship between the Retirement Living Awards and Boost Marketing. The advice you receive from Boost is confidential.