Pro Landscaper’s small project, BIG IMPACT Awards 2020
I am thrilled to announce that I have been shortlisted for an award with Pro Landscaper, the UK’s leading business to business publication within the landscaping sector. Category: Planting Design under £20,000, for my recent project in North Hampshire.
These awards recognise the value of landscape projects under £25,000. They are deemed just as important as larger schemes and are sometimes even more of a challenge. These types of projects are the backbone of the industry and the ‘bread and butter’ for many landscape companies.
These awards celebrate the excellence in individual projects and how people within the industry overcome the restrictions of smaller budgets and spaces, yet still create exceptional landscapes.
Further details can be found in November’s issue of Pro Landscaper. Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT winners will be announced Wednesday 18th November at 5pm.
Adam's shortlisted Planting Design, the Valley Garden in Overton
Shortlist revealed for Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards 2020
Pro Landscaper has revealed the shortlist for its small project BIG IMPACT Awards. For the third year in a row, the awards will celebrate projects with a value under £25k, which often go underappreciated.
The ceremony will be held on Wednesday 18 November at 5pm as part of the FutureScape VIRTUAL 2020 event, which will take place online from 17 to 19 November.
Jim Wilkinson, managing director of Eljays44 which hosts the awards, says: “Now in its third year, Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards has really established itself as an essential part of the UK landscaping diary.
“We all know the importance of this sector and the unbelievable challenges it faces to design and build a beautiful garden on a budget of under £25k. But whatever the budget, clients’ expectations are high, and the companies shortlisted have certainly delivered again this year.
“Good luck to all those shortlisted and we’re really looking forward to seeing who the judges decided who will be the ultimate winners in 2020.”
With thanks to our sponsors: CASATUA Outdoor Living, Provender Nurseries, Palmstead, Azpects, Woodscape and Nexus Paving Systems.
Tune in to FutureScape VIRTUAL 2020 on Wednesday 18 November at 5pm to find out the winners.
Here is the shortlist for this year’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards:
Build under £25,000
Acacia Gardens Ltd – Archway Family Garden
Nordland Landscapes – Oakdene park
Wycliffe Landscapes Ltd – Small town garden, Lilliput
Hard landscaping under £25,000
Acacia Gardens Ltd – Stoke Newington Outdoor Room
Barnes Walker – Hale Road
New Look Landscapes Ltd – Ottershaw Garden Design
New Look Landscapes Ltd – Staines Garden Design
Special feature under £20,000
Anderson Landscaping Ltd – McWilliams Millboard Cube
Barnes Walker – Hill Top
erz Ltd – Springburn New Routes
Greenbook Landscape Design – Hampshire Constabulary Memorial Garden
Impact Landscape Studio – Bramley Bay
Planting Design under £20,000
Adam Vetere Landscape and Garden Design – The Valley Garden, Overton
M Hunt Design Limited – Cumberland Road
Rachel Bailey Garden Design Ltd – West Scotland Coastal Garden
Temporary installation under £25,000
Acre Landscapes Ltd – Sayer Street
Design and Build under £25,000
Gareden Design & Landscaping – The Outdoor Room
Earth Designs – Botanical Garden Design
Earth Designs – Tropical Garden Design
Landtech – Italian Sanctuary
Marten & Wright Building & Landscaping Ltd – Hale, Brighton
Stone Wood Water Light – Granton by the Sea
Design under £25,000
Catherine Clancy Garden Design – Endless Knot Garden
Gardens by Anna Butterfield – Tranquil Urban Family Garden
Georgia Lindsay Garden Design – The Monochrome Courtyard
greencube design – Well Cottage
Tracy Foster Garden Design – Contemporary Wildlife Garden
Nina Mason, 30 October 2020, 'Shortlist revealed for Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards 2020', www.prolandscapermagazine.com