Anglia Air testing has been the local sponsor for LABC East Anglia Building Excellence Awards since 2010
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LABC is the principal provider of building control services in England and Wales. The LABC East Anglia Building Excellence Awards are a celebration of the best projects in the region for quality and compliance with building regulations.

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LABC Building Excellence Awards for the following counties:
- Essex
- Norfolk
- Suffolk

The organisers of the LABC East Anglia awards give their thanks to Anglia Air Testing and the National Awards Sponsors for giving their support to the 2015 event. For more information about the sponsors please visit the 'Sponsors' page.
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250 people attended the 10th LABC East Anglia 'Black Tie' awards event held at Kings College, Cambridge on Friday 24th June. Amanda Goodman presenter for BBC Look East hosted the event which was also attended by LABC President Jayne Hall and LABC Chief Executive Paul Everall. Certificates were presented to all finalists and each category awards winner collected their trophies  East Anglia region LABC Warranty 'Site Manager of the Year' award was also presented by Julian Roper of LABC Warranty.
BBC Look East presenter Amanda Goodman hosted the 2016 Awards Evening at Kings College, Cambridge.

Amanda said, 'It is a huge honour to be asked to present these awards and one that is particularly close to my heart. Having done up and sold more than a dozen mainly period properties over the last decade including award winning projects, I know how hard it is to do this. However it is also hugely creative and rewarding – and buildings seem to have a character all of their own and are often full of surprises. Take for example an old thatched cottage I renovated in 1999 – the old Bakery – where I found a mediaeval child’s shoe hidden at the back of the old baking oven. Was this a talisman to ward off evil or perhaps something more tragic – a memory of a lost child – or perhaps just simply a shoe lost once it was put there once upon a time to get dry perhaps. There are so many stories to tell regarding buildings – I’m hugely looking forward to talking to the audience and hearing their own individual tales'.