BALI awards open for entries

Entries are now being accepted for the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) National Landscape Awards 2009.

Now in its 33rd year, the BALI National Landscape Awards pay tribute to landscapers and designers who have demonstrated exceptionally high standards of professionalism and skill.

This year's awards are being held on 4 December at The Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

BALI chief executive Sandra Loton-Jones said: "The BALI National Landscape Awards showcases the ‘best of the best' of the landscaping industry - from small domestic to multimillion-pound contracts, not forgetting the outstanding achievement of designers, industry employers, interior landscapers, educators and students.

"The recipients of the BALI National Landscape Awards receive great publicity and an award both encourages and reassures prospective clients. Enter the BALI National Landscape Awards in 2009 to have a chance in receiving this prestigious and most sought-after industry award."

Last year's Grand Award winner was Chavasse Park by Willerby Landscapes.

Willerby managing director John Melmoe said: "Recognition of a high level of achievement, from within the industry, has a positive motivational effect on our Staff. The increased profile of the award presents Willerby Landscapes with good marketing opportunities."

Entry forms can be downloaded from the BALI website. The closing date for the entry form is Thursday 30 April 2009. For more information contact BALI on or 024 76 690 333.

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