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Pro Landscaper’s Most Influential revealed

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Pro Landscaper is pleased to announce the most influential people in the industry, as voted for by its readers.

The 24 inspirational people were revealed at the UK’s leading landscaping trade event, FutureScape, held at Sandown Park Racecourse on 14 November.

The search for the most influential people was launched after the huge success of Pro Landscaper’s 30 Under 30: The Next Generation. Appreciating that the horticulture sector also has an abundance of successful and inspirational people who have been working within it for many years, and who are still guiding the progression of the industry today, Pro Landscaper was interested to find out who the wider industry believes is currently influencing the UK’s landscaping industry.

Around 200 well-known people within the sector were contacted, from award-winning landscapers and garden designers to leading suppliers and those who commentate on the sector. They were asked to nominate five people who are still working in the UK sector.

The individuals chosen were revealed in a stand-alone supplement at FutureScape, and will also be featured in the December issue of Pro Landscaper.

Publisher Eljays44’s managing director, Jim Wilkinson, says: “We wanted to recognise the people that have been shaping the landscape sector and the reaction from those who were named as the top 24 was surprising, many didn’t realise the high esteem they are held in by their peers and fellow industry people, so we’re delighted to have been able to highlight them in Pro Landscaper’s Most Influential.”

Pro Landscaper’s Most Influential are:

Adam Frost – owner, Adam Frost Design

Adam White – director, Davies White Ltd

Alan Titchmarsh – TV personality

Andrew Wilson – partner, Wilson McWilliam Studio

Andy Sturgeon – managing director, Andy Sturgeon Landscape and Garden Design

Ann-Marie Powell – principal, Ann-Marie Powell Gardens

Christopher Bradley-Hole – managing director, Christopher Bradley-Hole Landscape

Cleve West – owner, Cleve West Landscape Design

Dan Pearson – principal, Dan Pearson Studio

David Dodd – managing director, The Outdoor Room

Dusty Gedge – president, European Federation of Green Roof Associations

James Hitchmough – head of Department of Landscape, University of Sheffield

Jamie Butterworth – horticultural consultant, London Stone

Janine Pattison – business development director, JPS Landscape Design

John Wyer – CEO, Bowles & Wyer

Mark Gregory – managing director, Landform Consultants

Nigel Dunnett – director of impact, Department of Landscape, University of Sheffield

Phil Tremayne – general manager, The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL)

Pro Landscaper – publication, Eljays44

Rick Davies – operations director, Willerby Landscapes

Sarah Eberle – owner, Sarah Eberle Landscape Design

Sue Biggs – director general, Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)

Tom Stuart-Smith – director, Tom Stuart-Smith Ltd

Wayne Grills – chief executive, British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI)

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One Response to “Pro Landscaper’s Most Influential revealed”
  1. How soon people forget and how many were left out, anyone heard of John Brookes, shame on you!!