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Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards launch for 2021

Entries are now open for Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards 2021. The ceremony will take place at FutureScape Expo 2021 on Tuesday 16 November from 12pm-2pm.

This initiative heralds the smaller projects that often slip under the radar or don’t qualify for entry in the industry association awards due to size or value.

This year, Pro Landscaper has raised the budget limit from £25,000 to £30,000 in four of the seven categories. A new category – Sustainable Garden under £30,000 – has also been added for 2021.

The ‘Big Impact’ of each entry will be appraised by leading professionals within the garden design and build sectors, judging each project for its quality in construction and design.

The entry deadline for 2021 is the 27 August 2021. Entries will then be whittled down into a shortlist, which will go to the esteemed panel for judging.

The categories available to enter this year are:

  • Build under £30,000
  • Design under £30,000
  • Design & Build under £30,000
  • Hard Landscaping under £30,000
  • Planting Design under £20,000
  • Special Feature under £20,000
  • Sustainable garden under £30,000

Pro Landscaper’s managing director Jim Wilkinson comments: “The Pro Landscaper small project BIG IMPACT Awards return this year, and these projects are more important than ever for our industry.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has led a lot of the general public into their gardens, and as a consequence has made them realise how important a well-designed, well-built and well-planted outdoor space really is.

“Hopefully, the excellent businesses in this industry will be proud of the work they’ve put in, during some of the most difficult circumstances we’ve ever experienced, and they will be rewarded by winning a Pro Landscaper small project BIG IMPACT Award in 2021.”

For further information regarding categories, judges, and criteria, visit To enter your projects, call Mark Wellman on 01903 777570 or email

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