One month to go to BALI National Landscape Awards 2017 deadline

There is now just one month left to submit entries to the BALI National Landscape Awards.

Willerby winners: The Kent-based firm triumphed for a sixth time in 2016. Image: HW
Willerby winners: The Kent-based firm triumphed for a sixth time in 2016. Image: HW

The awards, held in association with Horticulture Week and headline sponsor Green-tech are in their 41st year, and celebrate exceptional skill and professionalism in landscape design, build and maintenance. 

The Awards are open to all BALI registered members – designers, contractors and affiliates (suppliers) – who want the chance to be recognised in the biggest celebration of landscape excellence in the UK.

This year BALI has added a new category, Soft Landscaping, Unlimited Cost - to the Domestic Garden Construction categories, and the Design Excellence Award has been divided by the overall cost of the scheme into three categories – Under £50,000; Between £50,000 and £125,000; and Over £125,000.

The deadline for designers, contractors and groups is 8 June.

The early-bird deadline for the International, Affiliate and Employer of the Year categories is the same day, but entrants for these three categories have until 13 June to enter.

Last year’s awards held at London's Grosvenor House, were the largest ever, attended by 963 guests. Willerby Landscapes won the Grand Award for the sixth time at the event. 

For full details of the categories and entry criteria, 
and to register an entry online, visit

This year's sponsors include event sponsor Green-tech and sponsors AdTrak, Andersplus, Brett Lanscaping, British Sugar TOPSOIL, CED, Crowders, Easigrass, Europlants UK, Harrowden Turf, ICL, idverde, Johnsons of Whixley, Kubota, Makita, Natratex, Natural Paving, Quinton Edwards, Reesink Turfcare, Rigby Taylor/TopGreen and Todds Nursery.

If you are interested in sponsorship, please contact

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