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Young Designer finalist wins Best In Show at RHS Tatton

Young Designer finalist wins Best In Show at RHS Tatton

Former Young Designer finalist, Ollie Pike, secures the win for Best Show Garden at this year’s RHS Flower Show Tatton Park. Pike’s design - which also won a Gold Medal - ‘This Garden Isn’t Finished Without You’ sponsored by The Methodist Church and built by Landstruction, encompasses an inclusive, communal space, open to all. With a planting...

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Natural History Museum unveils new urban gardens

Natural History Museum unveils new urban gardens

The Natural History Museum, today, opens its new large-scale outdoor gardens, in support of urban nature, complete with new bronze diplodocus dinosaur. Wrapping around the west London museum, the five-acre space has been transformed into two new free-to-visit gardens - the Nature Discovery Garden and the Evolution Garden. The space, which aims to...

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Amberol launches new living wall range

Amberol launches new living wall range

Supplier of self-watering planters and street furniture, Amberol, launches a new versatile, low maintenance living wall range. Connecting people with nature, the new Amberwall range offers a ‘vibrant ecosystem’ in areas where space is a premium. Its interlocking reservoir units offer adjustable versatile styling options, available to display in...

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30 Under 30 – Where are they now?

30 Under 30 – Where are they now?

The Pro Landscaper 30 Under 30: The Next Generation initiative has been running since 2015, and has seen 270 winners of this prestigious award. It has helped to propel them into the landscaping limelight, with most of the winners going on to bigger and better things since collecting their award. It’s the only industry search for the most...

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‘Sad plight’ for trees scoops Young Designer of the Year Award

‘Sad plight’ for trees scoops Young Designer of the Year Award

Ashleigh Aylett secures the win for Young Designer of the Year at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park with her design that highlights the dramatic loss of trees across England. Aylett, who is also a 2023 Pro Landscaper 30 Under 30 winner, partnered with the Woodland Trust to create The Woodland Trust: 49% Garden for this year's RHS Tatton Park. The...

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RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2024 awards revealed

RHS Flower Show Tatton Park 2024 awards revealed

Accolades at the 2024 RHS Flower Show Tatton Park awarded, as the show kicks off today, running through to 21 July. Winning gardens are as follows: Gold Medals This Garden Isn’t Finished Without You sponsored by The Methodist Church Show Gardens Designed by Ollie Pike  |  Built by Landstruction   The Safe Space Garden Career Changer Designed...

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Multi-million London housing scheme to include open green spaces

Multi-million London housing scheme to include open green spaces

London developer, Aitch Group secures permission from Bexley Council to transform an old industrial site into a new housing community, inclusive of communal and private green space. Situated in the London borough of Bexley, the New Belvedere scheme, designed by PRP, will deliver 1,250 new homes of mixed occupancy across 20 blocks, ranging from...

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Green Flag Awards 2024 recognise thousands of green spaces across UK

Green Flag Awards 2024 recognise thousands of green spaces across UK

A record number of green spaces across the UK are being recognised by the Green Flag Awards 2024, celebrating the benchmark standard for the management of recreational outdoor spaces. This year, 2,227 parks and green spaces are preparing to raise the Green Flag Award after reaching international quality standards. Mayfield Park, Manchester, is...

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Renature initiative nears halfway mark

Renature initiative nears halfway mark

The National Park’s nine year renature initiative to combat biodiversity loss nears 50% completion. In 2021, the South Downs National Park set a goal of transforming 13,000 hectares of land in Sussex and Hampshire into habitat for wildlife by 2030. At present, a total of 6,082 hectares has been created or improved in line with the renature...

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Lost Atlantic rainforest to be restored in Pembrokeshire

Lost Atlantic rainforest to be restored in Pembrokeshire

Today, The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) reveals plans to restore lost Atlantic rainforest in Pembrokeshire. The project at Trellwyn Fach, which is part of The Wildlife Trusts’ Atlantic rainforest recovery programme, is being supported by a £38 million donation from Aviva. Rainforest restoration forms part of a wider programme of...

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Little Interviews Expanded – John Warland

Little Interviews Expanded – John Warland

Following the success at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024, little interviews goes "live at Chelsea" to catch up with some of the garden designers that Pro Landscaper has been following throughout their Chelsea journey. The Freedom from Torture Garden: A Sanctuary for Survivors is a place of sanctuary, peace, and hope where horticultural therapy...

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LI’s Digital Practice & Technology for Landscape conference: There “can’t be an over reliance” on AI

LI’s Digital Practice & Technology for Landscape conference: There “can’t be an over reliance” on AI

Delegates at the Landscape Institute’s conference last week heard how artificial intelligence (AI) can be a “sidekick” but that “there can’t be an over reliance on the tool”. Panellist Harvey Kirchgaesser, a graduate landscape architect at WSP, told those who attended the Digital Practice & Technology for Landscape conference in London that...

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Pro Landscaper Project Awards 2024: winners announced

Pro Landscaper Project Awards 2024: winners announced

Winners for the Pro Landscaper Project Awards 2024, in association with Nth Degree, have been revealed at a ceremony in Surrey. Today, at Farnham Castle in Surrey, companies from across the industry came together to celebrate the creativity, innovation and practicality of landscaping projects, with a value up to £100k. With 67 projects...

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Makita launches its first robotic mower

Makita launches its first robotic mower

Power tool supplier, Makita, continues to expand its range with the launch of its first ever robotic mower. Offering automatic mowing and charging, the new RM350D Robotic Mower affords 3,500m2 lawn and 26° slope coverage. Designed to mow lawns and recharge automatically on its dedicated charging station, the RM350D’s cutting height can also be...

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Talasey appoints its first director of customer experience

Talasey appoints its first director of customer experience

In an effort to further support merchants, landscape solutions supplier, Talasey appoints new director of customer experience, a first for the company. Rob Bullock joins Talasey with experience in sales, customer service and tech. His new role will see him ‘cherry-pick’ best practices from across industries to improve merchant customer experience...

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HTA Design achieves B Corp Certification

HTA Design achieves B Corp Certification

Landscape architect and design company, HTA Design has become a Certified B Corporation, reflecting the company’s commitment to tackling climate change and social inequality. After a year-long assessment conducted by B-Lab, the non-profit behind the B Corp movement, HTA Design surpassed the minimum 80 point score and achieved an overall B Impact...

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Hundreds of diseased trees felled in Brighton’s largest park

Hundreds of diseased trees felled in Brighton’s largest park

Stanmer Park, located in Brighton's largest park, will see the loss of hundreds of its trees following an outbreak of ash dieback. With an increase in diseased trees falling onto pathways in the Great Wood area in recent months, it is expected that hundreds of the park’s trees will be felled in the coming month. Arboriculturists entered the park...

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RHS Young Designer finalist Ollie Pike returns to Tatton

RHS Young Designer finalist Ollie Pike returns to Tatton

RHS Young Designer of the Year Finalist 2023, Ollie Pike returns to the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park to reveal his second show garden, “This Garden Isn’t Finished Without You.”   Landscape Architect and Garden Designer at Pike Studio grew up in rural South-West England where he was very lucky in his childhood that nature was always so readily...

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