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Pro Landscaper March Issue


  • Agenda: Do you think that the SGD recognising practices as well as individuals is a good decision?
  • News: A monthly summary of the latest industry news from efig, SGD, BALI, RHS, Parks Alliance and APL
  • SGD Award winners 2016
  • Let’s Hear It From: Andrew Grant of Grant Associates
  • Company Profile: The Garden Builders
  • Play On The Farm: Adam White looks on how farm diversification is leading to more work for the landscape design and construction industry and how we can take advantage
  • Spread The Word: David Dodd gives an update on the GoLandscape initiative and it’s progress since it’s launch last year
  • The Wild Wild East: Pro Landscaper takes a trip to learn about the recent multi-million pound investment into its destination parks and its wildlife-centric maintenance strategy


  • Dark Materials: Pro Landscaper looks into landscape architects AHR and the first successful UK entry in France’s International Garden Festival
  • New Wave: A look into Acre Landscapers soft landscaping project surrounding Serpentine Sackler Gallery at Hyde Park
  • Surf’s Up: A portfolio looking into a stunning cottage garden with reclaimed materials from the Northumbrian coastline
  • All Things Bright and Beatufiful: Lighting specialist Lorraine Calcott advises on how to go about designing lighting for sensitive commercial spaces
  • Ground Level Lighting: A roundup of the latest high end ground level lighting units


  • Nurture News: A summary of all of the latest occurrences from Agrigem, Wyevale Nurseries, Greenwood Plants and British Sugar Topsoil
  • Designer Plants: Charlotte Row discusses the planting for a high profile private property in Surrey
  • Urban Growth: Noel Kingsbury considers the trend for urban vegetable growing that has hit the UK and the wider ramifications it has on the landscape industry
  • Site Visit: Pro Landscaper pays a visit to Glendale Horticulture, speaking with Lewis Normand and Lorraine Hartley
  • Mature Trees Top Tips: A host of tips for choosing mature trees provided by industry experts
  • Hedging: Five garden designers offer their best advice for hedging five different scenarios, including their top specimens for the jobs


  • On Top of the World: Robert Webber talks through how to light roof gardens with defined spaces to be stylish and withstand the elements
  • Raise the Roof: Paul Newman starts a three-part series beginning with the benefits of roof terraces and the logistics of tackling their builds
  • Balancing Act: Sean Butler explains the importance of creating and maintaining a good work/life balance, and how that will positively affect your business
  • Quietly Does It: Pro Landscaper looks into how manufacturers of petrol powered machines are working with the HSE Buy Quiet scheme to rival quieter alternatives
  • What I’m Reading: Oliver Clark gives his outlook on ‘Planting: A New Perspective’ by Piet Oudolf and Noel Kingsbury

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