Landscape awards now open

The BALI National Landscape Awards in association with Horticulture Week are now open for entry.

The awards, which are open to all full BALI members, have a wide range of categories to ensure that every part of the landscaping industry is recognised, from the individual designer and domestic contractor to the largest multi-location company working in the commercial arena.

The awards are respected in the UK and abroad as the standard to which others aspire and reflect the prestige of BALI.

The deadline for the first stage of entry is 28 April. Entrants must submit an entry form to BALI. Forms can be downloaded via the awards website at

To view the categories, a list of last year's winners or to find out more about the entry process, visit the website or contact Angela Radley at or 0247 669 8658.

The BALI National Landscape Awards are supported by headline sponsor Rigby Taylor as well as Anders Plus, Bourne Amenity, Boughton, Crowders Nurseries, Johnsons of Whixley, Kubota, Marshalls, Palmstead Nurseries, Quinton Edwards, Ransomes Jacobsen, Top Green, Topsoil and Van den Berk.

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