First deadline approaches for BALI National Landscape Awards 2016

The first early bird deadline for entering the BALI National Landscape Awards 2016 is fast approaching, with entries for categories aimed at registered designers, contractors and groups due by 28 April.

Run in association with Horticulture Week, the BALI Awards are respected as a benchmark of excellence within the landscaping industry.

Winning a BALI National Landscape Award is the pinnacle of professional achievement for BALI members and is seen as a standard to which others aspire to,

Announcing the opening of the awards, BALI chief executive officer Wayne Grills said: "This year, 2016, marks the 40th anniversary of the BALI National Landscape Awards and we will be making sure that we celebrate this amazing milestone in style."

Entry deadlines: Registered Designers, Contractors & Groups

  • Early bird deadline: 28 April
  • Final deadline: 9 June

The awards luncheon will be held on 2 December at Grosvenor House in London.  Entries are only open to BALI registered members in the UK and abroad.

For details of all categories and to enter, visit or contact Melanie on 0208267 4161 or

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