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Palace Chemicals Up for Hat-Trick of Awards

Palace Chemicals The Loft scheme in Bradford up for TTA Award in Best Heritage Project section

Long-established family firm Palace Chemicals has been nominated for three Tiling Association (TTA) Awards.

The Liverpool-based manufacturer of tile adhesives, tile grouts, building chemicals and wood treatments is up against seven other firms in the Excellence in Supply and Services category. It is also up for two further accolades, with its The Loft scheme in Bradford entering the Best Heritage Project section and its involvement in an upgrade to bathrooms at Newcastle’s International Centre for Life entered in the Best Commercial Project Small (up to 250m²) category.

Charles Clapham, managing director of Palace Chemicals, said: “The TTA awards really are a prestigious initiative that recognises the premium of work in the tiling industry through members of The Tiling Association. To potentially be in line for not one, not two, but three awards is outstanding.

“We have stuck to our side of the bargain - providing top quality products to enable only the best results in construction and DIY. We just need a little help to push us to victory with the public vote.”

The awards ceremony will be held at Hilton Birmingham Metropole on March 27. Categories will be judged by Tim Tatlock, group buying director of Topps Tiles, Steve Wagstaff, managing director of Pro-Tilers UK Wall & Floor, Rebecca Talbot, who chairs the TTA’s marketing committee and awards working group, and Joni Taylor, who is responsible for policy, strategy, curriculum and accreditation as head of continuing professional development at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).

Vote for Palace Chemicals to win here


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