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12 Days of Christmas: March 2022

Pro Landscaper reflects on a challenging yet productive year for the industry

Back in March, the landscaping community gathered at Sandown Park Racecourse for a day full of networking, debates, educational seminars, and inspirational talks. Futurescape Spring 2022, which hosted over 100 exhibitors, was the first to take place since 2019 following COVID-19 restrictions.

Meanwhile, Pro Landscaper’s Green Issue – the third annual edition dedicated to the industry’s ever-evolving approach to sustainability – featured a UK Landscape Barometer special. According to the barometer, a whopping 80% of suppliers responding to our survey believed they were going ‘above and beyond’ to be environmentally friendly. Even more (90%) claimed they were making an effort to become carbon neutral.

In other news…

The British Association of Landscape Industries’ careers initiative GoLandscape teamed up with The School Gardening Success to form the #GoSchoolSuccess campaign. The campaign aims to promote horticulture and gardening as careers to a younger generation.

Elsewhere, Mitie completed the acquisition of Biotecture, a leading specialist in ‘living walls’. Biotecture designs, builds and maintains sustainable vertical gardens, which transform indoor and outdoor urban spaces by improving air quality and biodiversity, while also enhancing workspace design.

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