BALI launches National Landscape Awards workshops for entrants

BALI is holding a series of workshops to assist members, member designers and affiliate members who have not yet entered its flagship awards through the entry process.

Full contracting members will get the lowdown from adjudicator John Melmoe, commercial manager of Willerby Landscapes, the company which took the Grand Award at last year's BALI National Landscape Awards, run in association with Horticulture Week on 13 April.

Affiliates can attend a workshop led by Greg Allen, chair of the adjudication panel and lecturer at Writtle College and project manager Angela Donovan on 21 April.

And garden designers and landscape architects who wish to enter the Design Excellence or the Joint Contractor and Designer categories are invited to a workshop led by Robin Templar Williams and Jason Lock on the 22 April.

Templar Williams has been an awards adjudicator for more than 10 years and Lock joined the panel in 2013.

Both have in-depth experience of landscape design, construction and contract documentation.
Together they will explain what makes the judging of the BALI Design excellence categories different to other awards and what it means to win.
 
Delegates will learn how to present projects for submission, what the judges are looking for, how awards are made and how to make the best out of entering and winning.  

All workshops are held at BALI HQ, Landscape House, in Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.
 
To book contact Emily Feeney on emily.feeney@bali.org.uk or 02476 698 658.

BALI recently announced that industry supplier and BALI Affiliate member Green-tech will take over lead sponsorship of the event for three years, starting this year.


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