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TV garden centre sells

TV garden centre sells

Quinton Edwards has sold a garden centre that featured on Alex Polizzi's TV business troubleshooting series The Fixer.

New public realm to open in Sunderland

New public realm to open in Sunderland

Keel Square, a new public events space in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, will open on 31 August.

ProVQ replaces Babcock to provide John Deere training

ProVQ replaces Babcock to provide John Deere training

John Deere has appointed ProVQ as its new partner to deliver its apprentice training programmes, replacing the previous provider Babcock.

Olympic Park's Mark Camley to speak at Green Connect parks conference

Olympic Park's Mark Camley to speak at Green Connect parks conference

Mark Camley, head of park and venues at the London Legacy Development Corporation, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker at the event on Wednesday 7 October.

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According to Hewson...Horticulture falls behind in image stakes

According to Hewson...Horticulture falls behind in image stakes

Four Oaks showcases industry

Four Oaks showcases industry

Next month's Four Oaks Trade Show will once again be the place where the horticulture industry meets (8-9 September). The annual event takes place at Lower Withington in Macclesfield, Cheshire, and it will bring together the best of UK and overseas growers, suppliers and retailers.

According To Farrer ... Landscape's place on political agenda

According To Farrer ... Landscape's place on political agenda

Politics has recently been dominated by foreign affairs - immigration and, closer to home, the housing crisis. But landscape seems to have slipped off the agenda. Even with the need for extensive new housing areas, there is no talk of garden cities, green belt, new towns or visions to meet this need.


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Closing date: 7th July 2015