Following on from the video ceremony at FutureScape VIRTUAL 2020, the winners of this year’s Pro Landscaper small project BIG IMPACT Awards have been crowned.
These awards, back for a third year, celebrate and reward those projects within a £25,000 budget – the smaller, but no less important, schemes.
This year’s winners are:
Build Under £25,000 sponsored by Nexus Pro Systems: Wycliffe Landscapes Ltd – small town garden, Lilliput
Design and Build Under £25,000 sponsored by Provender Nurseries: Landtech – Italian Sanctuary
Design Under £25,000 sponsored by Casa Tua: Tracy Foster Garden Design – Contemporary Wildlife Garden
Hard Landscaping Under £25,000 sponsored by Azpects: Barnes Walker – Hale Road
Planting Design Under £20,000 sponsored by Palmstead Nurseries: Rachel Bailey Garden Design Ltd – West Scotland Coastal Garden
Special Feature Under £20,000 sponsored by Woodscape: Anderson Landscaping Ltd – McWilliams Millboard Cube
Temporary Installation Under £25,000 sponsored by Pro Landscaper: Acre Landscapes Ltd – Sayer Street
This year’s Supreme Winner, the winner with the highest total score when the judge’s scored were added up, was Landtech Landscape for its Italian Sanctuary Garden.
Pro Landscaper’s managing director Jim Wilkinson said: “The standard of entries in these awards just keeps getting better and better.
“It’s not easy producing this class of scheme within the categories value limits, but the entries this year just goes to prove the quality of the businesses and individuals that work within the UK’s landscaping industry.
“I just want to thank everyone who entered and congratulate all the winners for producing what are some absolutely stunning gardens that the owners will rightly be proud of.
“I also want to put on record my gratitude towards the judges, who give up their time and share their expertise with regards to the Pro Landscaper small project BIG IMPACT Awards. Your thoughtful comments and feedback are much appreciated, and without you doing this, we wouldn’t have the platform to reward and celebrate these wonderful gardens.”
Winners were announced at FutureScape VIRTUAL 2020. You can see the shortlisted entries and the winner’s gardens on Pro Landscaper’s Twitter feed @ProLandscaperUK and Instagram profile @prolandscaper.