BALI National Landscape Awards 2017 now open for entries

BALI members are invited to take part in the 2017 BALI National Landscape Awards which are now open for entries.

The awards, run in association with Horticulture Week and headline sponsor Green-tech is open to BALI Registered members – designers, contractors and affiliates (suppliers) – who want to be part of the largest and most successful landscape awards in the UK.

This year BALI has added a new category, Soft Landscaping, Unlimited Cost - to the Domestic Garden Construction categories, and the Design Excellence Award has been divided by the overall cost of the scheme into three categories – Under £50,000; Between £50,000 and £125,000; and Over £125,000.

The deadlines are as follows:

  • Categories for Designers, Contractors and Groups:

Early bird deadline – Thursday, 27 April

Final deadline - Thursday 8 June

  • Categories for International, Affiliates and Employer:

Early bird deadline – Thursday, 8 June

Final deadline – Thursday, 13 July

Last year the awards ceremony was attended by a record 963 BALI members, guests and industry names. This year’s gala will once again be held at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London and on Friday, 1 December.

For full details of the categories and entry criteria, and to register an entry online, visit baliawards.co.uk. If you have a question regarding the 2017 BALI National Landscape Awards, please email awards@bali.org.uk


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