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Winners announced for Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards 2022

The winners have been revealed for Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards 2022, partnered with Provender Nurseries. The ceremony took place last night at FutureScape, the UK’s leading landscaping trade event which continues today at the ExCeL London.

Nine category winners were announced, including for two new categories for this year: International Garden Under £35,000 and Best Use of Technology Under £20k.

The ultimate award of Supreme Winner went to The Floating Deck by Adam Vetere Landscape and Garden Design, which judges called: “A fantastic response to a significant problem bringing the garden into use and removing the safety concerns. High quality finish to all aspects of the project.” 

Pro Landscaper’s Joe Wilkinson says: “It’s fair to say that the quality of entries has increased again this year, which is a testament echoed by this year’s judges.  

“Each year, we showcase these schemes on the lower end of the value scale. These projects show a skill and creativity that is often trickier to execute due to budget restrictions, time pressures and rising material costs, but the technical ability always comes to the fore.”

This year’s awards were judged by some of the leading names across the industry: expert witness Gareth Wilson, Mark Draper of Graduate Gardeners, garden designer Helen Elks-Smith, Liz Hughes of Provender Nurseries, Lewis Normand of Bernhard’s Nurseries, James Scott of The Garden Company, Alistair Bayford of Maylim, Brian Herbert of Outdoor Options, and Pro Landscaper’s own Lisa Wilkinson.

Richard McKenna, managing director of awards partner Provender Nurseries, says: “Provender Nurseries is delighted to sponsor Pro Landscaper’s small project BIG IMPACT Awards this year. It is an excellent opportunity for companies that often work under the £35k threshold to highlight and celebrate their work in these prestigious awards. 

 “We feel that raising the profile of this size of project is important to both established and new, upcoming businesses in the landscape, design and horticultural industry as a whole.”

A special thanks to our partners Provender Nurseries, Medite Smartply, Stone Warehouse, Adtrak, Re-flow Field Management, Westminister Stone, Van den Berk Nurseries, Readyhedge, CTD  and Palmstead.

The winners are:

Sustainable Garden Under £35,000, partnered by Medite Smartply

English Country Style Garden, Queen’s Park by Acacia Landscapes LTD

Best Use of Technology Under £20,000, partnered by Re-flow Field Management

Leah by Pride Landscape Design

Hard Landscaping Under £35,000 partnered by Westminster Stone

Sunken Delights by Landtech Landscape

International Garden Under £35,000 partnered by CTD

Family Garden by Lavender Landscapes

Special Feature Under £25,000, partnered by Stone Warehouse

The Floating Deck by Adam Vetere Landscape & Garden Design

Planting Design Under £25,000, partnered by Van den Berk Nurseries 

Eternal Garden by Rae Wilkinson Garden Design Ltd

Build Under £35,000, partnered by Adtrak

Spa Green Garden by Quality Outside Living Ltd

Design Under £35,000, sponsored by Readyhedge

The Secret Courtyard by Rosemary Coldstream Garden Design

Design and Build Under £35,000, partnered by Palmstead

Taybridge Road by Tom Howard Garden Design & Landscaping Ltd

Supreme Winner partnered by Provender Nurseries

The Floating Deck by Adam Vetere Landscape & Garden Design

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