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House price research reveals big parks premium as householders seek green escape

House price research reveals big parks premium as householders seek green escape

Properties near the UK's top parks cost 67% more than the average UK house according to analysis by an online estate agent.

Moore environment and Jack Moody Landscaping to transform community park

Moore environment and Jack Moody Landscaping to transform community park

Work is underway to upgrade Coleshill Memorial Park.

Be brave and bold say successful independent garden centres

Be brave and bold say successful independent garden centres

Be bold was the message from those at the helm of three independent garden centres who have seen their businesses boom after being brave and investing big in new buildings.

Horticulture Week Custodian Awards 2017: Open for entries

Horticulture Week Custodian Awards 2017: Open for entries

The early bird entry deadline may have passed, but there is still plenty of time to enter this year's Custodian Awards which will see outstanding parks, gardens and tree-care teams recognised at a special awards ceremony in Woburn Abbey this June.

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Latest Comment

Opinion: Edwards On... Plant supply and health

Opinion: Edwards On... Plant supply and health

Increasingly, and rightly, plant health/biosecurity is being recognised as something of which all of us involved in plant supply must be aware.

Seabrook On... Garden centre inspectors

Seabrook On... Garden centre inspectors

No apology for writing in praise once again of the Monday programme at the Garden Centre Association (GCA) conference, even if the return taxi fare from Edinburgh Airport to St Andrews did cost me £250.

Government has grasped new places need infrastructure and high environmental quality - but the location is wrong

Government has grasped new places need infrastructure and high environmental quality - but the location is wrong

New green villages and towns do not resolve housing need, they neglect towns and are a poor use of valuable countryside.