Landscape businesses have until 8th March to submit their entries to the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2018.
Final Entry Deadline for production, retail, landscape & arb stars to enter HW Business Awards: 8th March
The 2018 Horticulture Week Business Awards scheme honouring outstanding business achievement across all areas of commercial horticulture - from retail and landscape to production and arboriculture is now well underway - with a final entry deadline of 8th March.
New markets opened up by takeover and further acquisitions are still on the cards as Nurture continues with expansion strategy.
A bill that would give the Government the right to sell 150-year leases on land at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew has started making its way through Parliament.
The Third State of Scotland's Greenspace Report, published by Greenspace Scotland, reveals a wealth of urban green space in Scotland but also a direct correlation between declining local authority budgets and declining public satisfaction.
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