Landscape & Amenity Awards 2008 Call for entries

The search for this year's stars starts here.

Has your landscape design team completed a project in the past 18 months that stands head and shoulders above anything your competitors have done? Did your parks or gardens team achieve the impossible this year? Are you winning outstanding plaudits for customer service from your amenity clients? If so, you should be entering the Horticulture Week Landscape & Amenity Awards 2008.

Following a spectacular launch, the awards, organised by the horticulture industry's leading business and professional magazine, Horticulture Week, are now in their second year - and, in 2008, are set to create an even bigger splash across the landscape and amenity sector.

Winners will be announced during the evening of the 2 October at a glittering awards event in London, in front of their peers from across the industry.

Entering the Horticulture Week Landscape & Amenity Awards can bring many benefits to you and your team. It's a unique marketing tool. It's a great way to demonstrate your professional excellence and it's a terrific motivator for staff. Don't miss out on your chance to be recognised as a leader in your field.

How to enter:

To enter you need an entry kit. To get hold of a copy, please call Lucy McLaughlin on 020 8267 8057. The closing date for entries is Thursday 12 June.

Categories
Full details of categories are contained in the entry kit (see above).
Best Use of Plants in the Landscape
Best Commercial Project
Best Streetscape Project
Best Parks or Gardens Project
Best Playscheme
Best Grassroots Sports Facility Project
Best Residential Garden Project
Contractor of the Year: Grounds Maintenance
Contractor of the Year: Arboriculture
Partnering Award
Open Space Management Team of the Year
Professional Gardener of the Year
Most Outstanding Commitment to Training
Most Outstanding Commitment to the Community
Most Outstanding Contribution to the Environment
Apprentice/Trainee of the Year
Lifetime Achievement Award
2007 roll of honour
Lifetime Achievement Award Alan Barber
Best Use of Plants in the Landscape The Landscape Centre
Best Commercial Project Hasmead
Best Streetscape Project Building Design Partnership
Best Parks and Gardens Project Chelmsford Borough Council
Best Playscheme Leeds City Council, Parks & Countryside Service
Best Grassroots Sports Facility Project Blakedown Landscapes
Best Residential Garden Project The Landscape Centre
Professional Gardener of the Year Dean Lockwood
Contractor of the Year: Grounds Maintenance Wyevale Grounds Maintenance
Contractor of the Year: Arboriculture Acorn Tree Surgery
Partnering Award Glendale Managed Services and Lewisham Borough Council
Open Space Management Team of the Year Leeds City Council, Parks &
Countryside Management Team
Most Outstanding Commitment to Education & Training Reaseheath College
Most Outstanding Contribution to the Environment James Coles & Sons
Apprentice/Trainee of the Year Luke Overington


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