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Horticulture Weekly
Landscape & Amenity Bulletin 18th November 2017
 

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Horticulture Week Awards
 
Parks, gardens, grounds and tree management stars sought as Custodian Awards 2018 opens for entries
Parks, gardens, grounds and tree management stars sought as Custodian Awards 2018 opens for entries
Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the launch of the Horticulture Week Custodian Awards 2018 - the leading industry Awards scheme supporting, encouraging and broadcasting excellence in the professional management of the UK's parks, gardens, grounds and trees.
 
Analysis
 
What opportunities are there in the education sector for landscape contractors?
What opportunities are there in the education sector for landscape contractors?
While growth in housing, offices, industrial and other construction sectors has slowed, schools, technical colleges and universities are calling in the hard hats.
 
News review 
 
Crucial glyphosate decision delayed yet again Crucial glyphosate decision delayed yet again
 
 
"Generously sized urban park" at centre of Tetley Brewery redevelopment in Leeds "Generously sized urban park" at centre of Tetley Brewery redevelopment in Leeds
 
 
Research showing Green Gyms improve mental wellbeing can be powerful in funding bids Research showing Green Gyms improve mental wellbeing can be powerful in funding bids
 
 
Devon tree nursery expands after British-grown multi-stem tree success Devon tree nursery expands after British-grown multi-stem tree success
 
 
Plan to pedestrianise Oxford Street in London Plan to pedestrianise Oxford Street in London
 
 
Bowles & Wyer picks former landscape trade association chief, Jason Lock, to develop design and build division Bowles & Wyer picks former landscape trade association chief, Jason Lock, to develop design and build division
 
 
Brighton and Hove to divert £102,000 to spend on play facilities and planting in parks Brighton and Hove to divert £102,000 to spend on play facilities and planting in parks
 

How to crack the green infrastructure challenge

 
Flagship event to resolve practical challenges of incorporating green infrastructure in building development
Flagship event to resolve practical challenges of incorporating green infrastructure in building development
Horticulture Week hosts Healthy Design, Healthy Places on 29th November - a conference designed to help professionals overcome the practical challenges of integrating green infrastructure in the built environment.
 
 

 
 
Plant focus
 
Taxus
Taxus
This classic evergreen offers excellent structure and is ideal for topiary or as a specimen tree, says Miranda Kimberley.
 
 
 
 
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