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Pro Landscaper Project Award winners revealed

by | 22 Nov 23 | Commercial Landscaping, Garden Design, Landscape Architecture, News | 1 comment

Pro Landscaper Project Award winners revealed

The winners for Pro Landscaper’s Project Awards, in association with Provender Nurseries have been revealed.

The awards look to recognise projects in the landscaping sector with a value under £50k, giving companies and individuals the opportunity to showcase smaller budget projects, and the larger impact they can have.

More than 60 projects were shortlisted across 10 categories, with the Sky Entertaining project by Maïtanne Hunt taking home the title of Supreme Winner.

Judges cited the project as a “masterful use of lighting to create a magical space,” and an “excellent understanding of how aesthetic and practical lighting works in a garden.”

Eljays44, Divisional director, David Griffiths says: “The quality and quantity of entries has been incredible, and we were delighted to see so many new entrants take part.

“There were some amazing examples of projects that have been delivered demonstrating the technical ability and problem-solving skills of our sector.

“Congratulations to our supreme and category winners, you have beaten some stiff competition, and thank you to our event partners for their support and all those that attended to celebrate with us.”

Richard McKenna, managing director, Provender Nurseries says: “As an active and avid supporter of the industry, Provender Nurseries is extremely proud to be headline sponsor for the Pro Landscaper Project Awards 2023.

“It’s been great to see yet again so many excellent innovative projects and collaboration to produce award worthy gardens.”

The ceremony took place at this year’s FutureScape on Tuesday 21 November at the ExCeL, London.

The winners are as follows;

 

Design Under £50,000
In association with Premium Plants
Naturalistic Wildlife Courtyard
Kathryn Cox Garden Design Studio

 

Build Under £50,000
In association with Adtrak
A Japanese-Inspired Garden
JJH Landscapes

 

Special Feature Under £35,000
In association with Villiers
Seacliff Pond
Water Gems (Alba) Ltd

 

Planting Design Under £25,000
In association with Boom and Bonheur
The Circle Garden
Alice Meacham Gardens

 

Hard Landscaping Under £50,000
In association with Talasey Group
Banks Farm Flint Countryside Garden
Quality Outside Living Ltd

 

Design and Build Under £50,000
In association with Grad Concepts
Majestic Retreat
Landscapia Ltd

Highly commended: 30 Cromer Street
Mary Mary Creates Gardens Limited

 

Sustainable Garden Under £50,000
In association with MEDITE SMARTPLY
A Japanese-Inspired Garden
Adam Vetere Landscape & Garden Design

Highly commended: Little Corner
space and shelter

 

Outdoor Lighting Project Under £35,000
In association with In-Lite Outdoor Lighting
Sky Entertaining
Maïtanne Hunt Gardens & Landscapes

 

Temporary Installation Under £50,000
In association with IRO Timber
The Mary Anning Space to Learn Garden
Sandhurst Garden Design

 

Community Green Space Under £50,000
In association with Unity Online
Nature’s Gift Garden
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council – Parks and Countryside

 

With special thanks to our partners Provender Nurseries, Premium Plants, Adtrak, Villiers, Boom and Bonheur, Talasey, Grad Concepts, Medite, In – Lite, IRO Timber, Unity Online.

Read more about the winners and see the full shortlist here.

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