Landscape projects leads service launched by Horticulture Week

Horticulture Week is launching a number of initiatives to provide practical support to readers working in the landscaping sectors.

Image: HW/Morguefile/Shutterstock
Image: HW/Morguefile/Shutterstock

First up is a new service available exclusively to HW subscribers, designed to help them win more business. The Horticulture Week Landscape Project Leads service delivers project leads drawn from live approved planning applications across all regions of the UK.

The leads, selected because the projects they represent have significant landscaping works required, include commercial housing, office developments, schools projects, industrial developments, retail schemes, infrastructure projects and more.

Each week approximately 100 leads will be delivered to subscribers ensuring a good mix from all regions. Each lead will include key contact details such as the landscape architect as well as detailed descriptions of the landscape elements of the scheme.

The service will be delivered each week by email to subscribers through a new dedicated Horticulture Week Landscape Project Leads email bulletin and the HW Online Edition bulletin.

If you are a subscriber and want to ensure you receive your Landscape Project Leads but have not given us your email address, please contact our customer services department at If you are not yet a subscriber, please call 01604 828702 for a subscription (quote 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 landscaping 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 towards achieving this aim, the Landscape4Places hub on will serve as a resource highlighting best practice in landscaping for all professionals involved in the creation of the built environment.

It includes case studies featuring the key outcomes and lessons from the UK's best landscaping projects, the latest reference material on the beneficial impact of landscape plus updates and comment on exemplar projects, and policy developments.


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