Frosts managing director joins HTA board

Managing director of Frosts Landscapes Ken White has joined the HTA board as a director.

Managing Director of Frosts Landscapes, Ken White has joined the HTA Board as a Director.


White joined Frosts Landscapes as operations manager 12 years ago before becoming construction director five years later and managing director in 2012. He has 20 years experience in the industry, training at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and Kew and is a member of the APL committee.


HTA chief executive Carol Paris said:  "We are delighted that Ken has accepted a position on the Board. He brings with him a wealth of experience from across the industry sector which will inform our priorities and promote the interests of landscapers. APL is going from strength to strength and will continue to grow its membership and range of specialist services for landscapers."


In addition to Ken the HTA Board comprises of Adam Wigglesworth (president), Stan Green (past president), Caroline Owen, David Norman, Ian Ashton, Bob Hewitt, Mark Pearson, Adam Frost, Geoff Caesar, Sandy Shepherd, and Carol Paris.

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