Council Worker of the Year Awards 2010 - Winners have been announced
The winners have been chosen by you the public! Click on each category to see who has won.
Leo McMulkin - Winner!
Sustainability and Energy Management Group Leader, Birmingham City Council
Leo McMulkin is pioneering Birmingham's low carbon future and putting the city's innovation in sustainability on the international stage.
As sustainability and energy management group leader for Birmingham City Council, he leads officers and public/private sector partners in incorporating sustainability into the city's services and infrastructure. He is committed to making a difference in Birmingham, and driving forward the city's ambitious plan to reduce its carbon emissions by 60% by 2026.
The city centre combined heat and power system has been one of Leo's major successes. The system - one of the largest in the UK - recycles heat, produced from electricity generation, into key buildings, delivering substantial reductions in CO2 emissions.
Leo is dedicated to achieving a better, greener Birmingham, promoting the project to government and at national and international conferences. He has created a model of best practice, with the scheme receiving a Queen's Award for Enterprise.
Green Award 2010
Someone who has developed a green initiative that has had a beneficial impact on the environment
Lifetime Service 2010
A council worker who deserves recognition for long and outstanding service to their council
A council worker who has demonstrated an act of bravery in the course of their daily life
Community Engagement 2010
A council worker who has found effective ways for their council to engage more with its community
Team of the Year 2010
A council team whose work has shone and stood out above all others
Working with Young People 2010
A council worker who has shown exceptional dedication in the service of young people