What is Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition?
Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition enables children of all ages to unleash their artistic skills on site hoardings which become large canvases for their imaginative creations.
Any organisation registered with the Scheme can enter the competition which runs from January to June and invite their local school, college or community group to help them design and decorate their hoardings and transform them into attractive murals.
The theme of participants hoardings can be anything they wish! In past years we have had such themes as ‘Nature at its finest’. ‘Space – A never-ending dream’, ‘Confidence and Self-Esteem’ and ‘Autism Awareness’.
Since its inception in 2012, the competition has seen continued success and a record 89 contractors took part in the contest in 2018, engaging over 4000 children and adults in creating eye-catching and unique works of art.
How much does it cost to participate?
The entry fee for the competition is £400 (+VAT) for sites with a project value over £2m. This fee includes two Ivor Goodsite promotional signs and two Hoarding Competition A2 posters to help promote the competition, along with prizes for up to 50 participants.
Sites with a project value under £2m enter for a reduced fee of £225 (+VAT). This includes one promotional sign, an A2 poster and prizes for up to 25 participants. Any additional prizes can be purchased separately.
Each and every entry is featured in the annual Hoarding Competition brochure and receive prizes that include trophies, medals, certificates and more. In addition to this, our Hoarding Competition winners are featured in a special press release, website news story, an article in the Scheme’s Industry Image magazine and receive social media coverage from the Scheme.
Following our 2018 competition, Edward Hardy, Considerate Constructors Scheme Chief Executive said:
“Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s competition, and special congratulations to each of the winning entries.
“It is amazing to see so many Scheme-registered sites taking part each year – underlining how successful and how important this competition is in helping to facilitate positive engagement throughout the local communities across the length and breadth of the country.
“I would like to thank all those registered with the Scheme for their continued enthusiasm and passion to promote the very best of our industry.”
The following are our winning entries for the 2018 competition:
For information on the 2017 Hoarding Competition, click here.
A minimum contribution of 4% plus VAT per competition entry shall be made to the Child Accident Prevention Trust (charity no: 1053549), the UK’s leading charity working to reduce the number of children and young people killed, disabled or seriously injured in accidents. CAPT want children to lead active, healthy lives and recognise their need to experiment, play and take risks. CAPT help children, parents and professionals to understand the real risks to children’s safety and gain skills in managing those risks. For more information, click here.