The Pro Landscaper Business Awards will return to East Wintergarden in Canary Wharf for the fourth successive year on Friday 23 April 2021. It’ll once again bring the landscaping community together for an afternoon to celebrate the excellent standards set within the landscape industry.

 Pro Landscaper’s Jim Wilkinson, said: “Our industry is exceptional at celebrating the visual excellence of landscaping with industry awards and RHS shows that highlight how phenomenal landscapes can look, but with the Pro Landscaper Business Awards, we chose to highlight how well businesses operate their processes, staff training, health and safety records and consistently positive customer feedback.”




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“Thank you for a fantastic Pro Landscape Business Awards last Friday.  The Furnitubes gang had a great time and were really impressed by the awards and the whole event.  You should be really proud – you delivered an outstanding awards.

Looking forward to working with you more.”

Catherine Barrett
– Furnitubes

“Congratulations and thanks for putting on another fantastic awards event last Friday. I hope the day was a success for you guys, certainly judging by the quantity of fruit juice being consumed nobody was having a good time! We have various stories this morning of landscapers missing trains and those who caught trains ending up in wrong towns. Brilliant.”

Jonathan Hill
– Rolawn

“I just wanted to say a big thank you for your generous invitation to the awards ceremony last Friday. It was lovely to meet you and share the same table, although you were, of course, rather busy! once the awards started!.  

It was a great event, brimming with hugely talented people who were quite obviously experts in their field.  It was very interesting for me as many of the names were ‘new’ and I am keen to find out more about some of the award nominees and winners, along with several of the entertaining guests on our table!

East Wintergarden was an impressive venue and you certainly hosted a terrific event.”

– Gaze Burvill

“Just a quick one to say a big thank you for Friday, the event was very professional and the day progressed at a really good pace – the team thoroughly enjoyed it.

Also, we really didn’t expect to win so we were all a bit shocked when our name was announced!”

Kate Humes
– Green-tech