More in your landscape armoury

Today sees the launch of an exciting package of tools and resources designed to support HW subscribers working in the landscape and amenity sectors.

Helping you win more business is the aim of the new HW Landscape Project Leads service, which delivers project leads drawn from approved planning applications across all regions of the UK.

The leads include housing, office, schools, industrial, retail and infrastructure projects. They provide key contact details plus detailed descriptions of landscape elements - and will be delivered to subscribers through a new dedicated email bulletin as well as our regular weekly HW Online Edition bulletin.

If you are a HW subscriber but have not given us your email address, be sure to contact our customer services department at requesting your HW Landscape Project Leads bulletin. Non HW-subscribers can sign up for a subscription today by calling 01604 828702 quoting HWLCO2.

Also launching today is Landscape4Places, a new HW campaign designed to ensure that the momentum behind the growing recognition of the critical role of landscape in creating great places is not lost. Our aim is simple: to get landscape where it should be - at the forefront of today's place-making debate.

As a first step to achieving this, the Landscape4Places hub on will serve as a resource highlighting the impact of quality landscaping for all professionals involved in the creation of the built environment. It includes best practice case studies such as Bath Western Riverside (see p22). For more, go to

Finally, today also sees the launch of our first dedicated Landscape & Amenity Directory - a great buying tool detailing more than 1,000 products and services.

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