Judges to decide 2012 BALI principal winners

Leading figures from the landscape industry will meet in Windsor next week to select the principal winners and other key award recipients for the prestigious BALI National Landscaping Awards 2012.

Once again the panel for this year's awards will be led by chair Greg Allen, a senior lecturer in landscape studies at Writtle College. He will be joined by BALI's longest-standing adjudicator Michael Chance, a landscape consultant with more than 40 years of experience.

Also on the panel will be landscape architect, lecturer and author Steve Roberts, multiple award-winning international garden designer and Garden Design School co-director Robin Templar Williams, Hillier Landscapes managing director and RHS Associate of Honour recipient in 2011 Richard Barnard and Willerby Landscapes commercial director John Melmoe.

In addition, Lantra boss Madge Moore, business development consultant Tony Walmsley and BALI vetting officer and past chairman Peter Jennins will join Allen as judges for Employee of the Year and Affiliate Exceptional Service awards.

The panel visited design entries this summer. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at London's Grosvenor House on 7 December. To book, please call Steve Lewis on 020 8267 4042 or email him at steven.lewis@haymarket.com. For further details, see www.baliawards.co.uk.

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