Horticulture Week Landscape & Amenity Awards finalists announced

Horticulture Week is delighted to announce that the finalists for the Horticulture Week Landscape & Amenity Awards 2008 have been selected.

The shortlist was drawn up following a day of intense discussion and debate with the Awards' eight strong panel of independent judges.  
Winners will be announced at the Awards dinner and presentation which takes place at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London on the evening of Thursday 2 October.
For tickets to the Awards event, please contact Kate Collins on 020 8 267 8188 or by email at: kate.collins@haymarket.co.uk
The HW Landscape & Amenity Awards 2008 is sponsored by Anders Plus, Association of Professional Landscapers, Glendale, the Horticultural Trades Association, Land Restoration Trust, Marshalls, Perennial and Ransomes Jacobsen. Professional Gardeners Guild has endorsed the Awards.  

HW Landscape & Amenity Awards 2008 Finalists
Blakedown Landscapes
Bell Gardens
Blakedown Sport and Play
Bury Metropolitan Borough Council
Chelmsford Borough Council
Deakin Lock Garden Design
Derbyshire County Council
Edward Good
English Landscapes
Esse Landscapes
Euro Tree Services
Gavin Jones
Glendale Managed Services
Glasgow City Council Land & Environmental Services
Groundwork London
Groundwork East London
Hallam Garden Design
Hilary Taylor Landscape Associates
Hull City Council
Hortus Monensis
Jane Moore
John O'Connor (Grounds Maintenance)
Kevin Pressland
Lancashire County Council
Lestyn John
London Borough of Camden Parks & Open Services
Mid Sussex District Council
Nottinghamshire County Council
Nottingham City Council
Philip Andrew Fenech
Sunrise Senior Living
Sheffield City Council
The Royal Parks & Enterprise
The Royal Parks & Madeline Hall
Trevor Nicholson
UPM Tilhill
Uttlesford District Council
Wicksteed Playscapes
Will Dann
Westminster City Council

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