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Breakfast Briefing 17th October 2019
 
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Nurture Landscapes completes more acquistions Eco Landscapes has joined forces with the Nurture Landscapes Group, Demita Plants has also been added to the Surrey-based company. Nurture Landscapes completes more acquistions
 
 
New research centre to help make UK "global leader" in indoor growing A new government-backed research centre at the James Hutton Institute's site near Dundee is intended to boost uptake of vertical growing by industry. New research centre to help make UK "global leader" in indoor growing
 
 
Environment Bill paves way for plastic plant pot recycling - but secondary legislation will be required Plastic plant pot recycling has been one of the biggest issues of 2019 in horticulture and the new Environment Bill, launched on 15 October, could mean councils have to recycle thousands of tonnes of pots that they currently send to landfill. Environment Bill paves way for plastic plant pot recycling - but secondary legislation will be required
 
 
Permission secured for Middlesbrough garden centre extension Planning specialists Malcolm Scott Consultants have obtained permission for a an additional 4,300 sq ft of retail space at a Middlesbrough garden centre. Permission secured for Middlesbrough garden centre extension
 
 
Botanical houseplants lead Joy of Missing Out trend at John Lewis The retail group's annual trends report says environmental awareness shows no signs of slowing down as more are set to turn their hand to urban farming in 2020. Botanical houseplants lead Joy of Missing Out trend at John Lewis
 
 
Vinci Construction moves rather than fells Olympic Park tree London Plane trees from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park have been moved to a new home in the growing Barking Riverside development. Vinci Construction moves rather than fells Olympic Park tree
 
 
Project lead: Heavy tree planting and shrub cover proposed for £34.39 warehouse unit scheme in Peterborough A maintenance regime will ensure successful establishment of a range of tree, ground cover and shrub planting as well as controlling weeds and carrying out pruning.
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