Ivor Goodsite Hoarding
Competition 2015 nowopen!
The annual Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition has returned for its third year,
encouraging contractors to engage with their local communities by asking them to design
and decorate hoardings, turning them into much-loved works of art.
The popular competition, fronted
by industry mascot Ivor Goodsite, is
open for entries
to any site, company or supplier
registered with the Scheme.
part in the competition which saw
creative with paint brushes, pencils
and even their hands and feet to
decorate their local site’s hoarding.
The competition provides an
people of all
to showcase their passion
for art and design with the added
bonus of the decorated hoardings
becoming a much-loved feature in
their respective towns.
Edward Hardy, Chief Executive of
the Scheme said: “For the last two
years, the Hoarding Competition
has proven to be a successful
innovation in providing a fun way
for contractors across the UK to
promote site safety and engage
with their local communities.
We need more young people to
get into the industry, so we hope
the competition will continue to
encourage children in particular
to learn about how exciting our
industry is and even possibly be
the incentive for some to consider a
career as they become older.”
Construction sites, companies and
suppliers who are interested in
getting involved have until 1 May
to complete an entry form. The fee
to enter the competition is £425
Contractors should then
organise an event with their local
community to design and decorate
their hoarding based around a
Once the hoarding is decorated,
contractors will need to submit
photos and information on their
event to the Scheme by 5 June
when the winning entries will be
selected by a judging panel.
All entries will receive Ivor Goodsite
prizes to give to the participants
including trophies, medals,
certificates and Ivor fun packs!
For more information on last
year’s Hoarding Competition,
To download an entry form
and take part in this year’s