PLMR Campaign Shortlisted for ‘Best PA Campaign’ at the PR Week Awards

PLMR is delighted to announce that our campaign with the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH), ‘Securing the Right to Rent with Pets: Making One Health Housing a Reality’, has been shortlisted for the Best PA Campaign category for the PR Week Awards.

The campaign was launched in response to feedback demonstrating the positive impact of companionship on the physical and mental health and well-being of both people and animals and how renters are often excluded from keeping a pet due to restrictive tenancy agreements. This shortlisting is a testament to the fantastic work undertaken to transform and deliver what was initially considered off the table to legislative action through the Renters (Reform) Bill, published in May 2023.

 Simon Darby, PLMR’s Head of Public Affairs, commented:

“I am delighted that our collaborative campaign with NOAH has achieved another significant shortlisting, this time for the prestigious PR Week Awards. It is an honour for colleagues be recognised once again among the best in the industry and to do so alongside the wonderful team at NOAH. PLMR’s public affairs practice is going from strength to strength and this shortlisting is just one example of the amazing work taking place every day across the business.”

This shortlisting adds to what has already been an exceptional year for PLMR, which has experienced growth and success with new clients, new hires and numerous award nominations, as reflected in the announcements that PLMR Group Ltd is in PR Week’s Top 10 Public Affairs agencies and top 50 UK communications firms.

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