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Havering tops London list with 55 London in Bloom awards

Havering tops London list with 55 London in Bloom awards

The London Borough of Havering is the borough to have won most awards in this year's London in Bloom competition - scooping 55 in total.

Klondyke revamp livery

Klondyke revamp livery

Klondyke Group garden centres has a new design on all new delivery vehicles.

Bunnings chief discusses Homebase

Bunnings chief discusses Homebase

Bunnings chief executive John Gillam says improved results at Homebase will not be instant.

New survey finds 75 per cent want parks to be statutory duty

New survey finds 75 per cent want parks to be statutory duty

A total of 70 per cent of respondents to a new poll have said that 'privatising' parks is unacceptable and 75 per cent believe parks should be a statutory duty for local authorities.

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Seabrook on...Co-operation makes the smaller independents stronger

Seabrook on...Co-operation makes the smaller independents stronger

According To Farrer ... Embracing change through recognition of landscape

According To Farrer ... Embracing change through recognition of landscape

Noel Farrer sees a link between our treatment of landscape and our decision to vote Brexit.

From The Editor - Let's make this inquiry count

From The Editor - Let's make this inquiry count

In just two weeks, the public consultation being carried out by the communities and local government select committee on the impact of parks funding cuts will come to a close - and with it the best opportunity for a decade for horticulture professionals to convey the depth of the parks crisis to our politicians.