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RLA magazine scoops national award

Victoria Barker
Written by Victoria Barker

The RLA members’ magazine Residential Property Investor (RPI) scooped a top award at the Association Excellence Awards 2018.

The bi-monthly publication was awarded bronze in the ‘Best Association Magazine – over 20,000 circulation’ category in a ceremony at The Oval in London.

RPI editor Sally Walmsley, with regular contributor, RLA policy manager John Stewart

The annual awards recognise and reward the hard-won achievements of UK trade bodies, professionals membership organisations and associations across the board.

The Association Excellence Awards Judging Panel 2018 said the magazine was ‘excellent’, that the editorial team listen to and act upon member feedback and that publication reflects the corporate brand well.

Editor Sally Walmsley said: “It was a real honour to receive this award and testament to the hard work of everyone involved in the production of the magazine, from our in-house writers to external contributors.

“We are committed to producing interesting and informative articles for our members – and if there are any issues you would like to see addressed in any future issues of Residential Property Investor, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

  • Residential Property Investor is delivered directly to members every two months. It can also be read online here. For any feedback please email editor Sally Walmsley on sally.walmsley@rla.org.uk

About the author

Victoria Barker

Victoria Barker

Victoria is the Communications Officer for the RLA.

With a degree in Journalism, she is responsible for producing articles for our Campaigns and News Centre, the weekly E-News newsletter and creating social media content.

Before joining the RLA, Victoria worked in the University of Salford’s press office, and during University she represented Smooth Radio at events across the North West, as a member of the street team.

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