3 Bristol landlord award categories

We are asking Bristol’s happiest tenants to nominate their landlord. If you’ve got a landlord that can’t do enough for you, has created a dream green rental or is an all-round top landlord then let us know by nominating them today.

And just for nominating you’ll be entered into a prize draw where you could win £500, which you can put towards your rent.  Just nominate your landlord today for one of our 3 award categories.

The 3 categories you can nominate your Bristol landlord for:-

Above and beyond – they go the extra mile for their tenants
Best sustainable landlord – bringing a planet-first approach
Best overall landlord – the best of the best

3 Bristol landlord award categories

That’s right, it’s not a typo.

As an independent Bristol letting agency The Letting Game is launching The Bristol Landlord Awards. Celebrating the good guys; those who go above and beyond for their tenants. Those who care, who are responsible, who love what they do.

We think it’s time to shine a light by flipping the stereotype; bringing the good news stories into an outdated industry narrative. Long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships built with landlords just don’t get the limelight that highly-politicised negative press can garner.

“This is a chance to celebrate the good guys. Shout about some of the star landlords out there.”

Nominate your landlord

Time to celebrate the good guys. Nominate your landlord and you could win £500, which you can put towards your rent that month. Nominations will close on Friday March 15th – we reserve the right to adjust closing date.

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Fill in your details

A few contact details so we can keep you updated with the awards.

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Your landlords name

The name of the landlord that you are nominating for this award.

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Nomination information

Select the category you’re nominating your landlord for. Plus a brief description of why you’ve nominated your landlord for this category.

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