SGD Awards' finalists revealed

The finalists in The Society of Garden Designers' Awards have been revealed, with 36 projects shortlisted.

Some of the shortlisted projects
Some of the shortlisted projects

The projects range from a walled garden of an historic British palace to inspiring community gardens and can all be seen on the awards website.

The shortlisted projects in the three Residential Garden categories and in the International, Public and Communal Outdoor Space, Garden Jewel and Roof Garden categories will now be entered into the People’s Choice Award.

The same finalists will also be competing for the coveted Grand Award, which will be decided by the main judging panel.

Finalists in the SGD Student categories will be announced later in October. 

The finalist projects are:

Airfield – Arabella Lennox-Boyd MSGD
Ashgate Hospice Care – Chris Parsons MSGD
Baker Street Terrace – Adolfo Harrison MSGD
Bermondsey Penthouse Roof Terrace – Robin McAfee
Breakers Yard – Dan Lobb MSGD
Chateau Leoube – Tommaso del Buono MSGD
Chelsea garden – Anne Jennings MSGD
Clifton Courtyard Garden – Karena Batstone MSGD
Fulham Garden – Jon Sims
Gamekeeper’s Cottage, Hertfordshire – Daniel Shea
Garden Rooms – Andy Sturgeon FSGD
Groveway – Ana Sanchez-Martin MSGD and Lucy Willcox
Hole Park, Sundial Garden – Marian Boswall
Hoxton Street Public Space – Ingrid Swenson
Kents Hill – Andrew Wilson FSGD and Gavin McWilliam
Lakeside Garden – Joanne Willcocks
Leeds Green – Joanna Bingham-Hall
Living Legacy Garden at Wellington College – Andrew Wilson FSGD and Gavin McWilliam
London Roof Terrace - John Wyer FSGD
Manor House – Marian Boswall
Notting Hill Terrace – Andrew Wilson FSGD and Gavin McWilliam
Putney Heath – Lucy Willcox
Richmond Park Garden – Cassandra Crouch MSGD
Riverside Garden – Andy Sturgeon FSGD
Sussex House – Andy Sturgeon FSGD
The Bluebell Glade – Ruth Willmott
The Gallivant, Camber – Marcus Foster
The Hermitage – Arabella Lennox-Boyd MSGD
The Limes House – Ian Smith MSGD and Debbie Roberts MSGD
The Paper Works – Darryl Moore
The Walled Kitchen Garden – Lulu Urquhart and Adam Hunt
Tiny Chelsea Garden – Andrew Wenham MSGD
Twin Pines – Emily Erlam
Winchmore Hill – Miles Raybould
Wishanger – Dan Lobb MSGD
Yalta – Andy Sturgeon FSGD

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