Nurture Group success at BALI Awards 2021
We are delighted to have four of our seven winning entries win a Principal award at this year’s National Landscape Awards, hosted by the British Association of Landscaping Industries (BALI).
Marking its 45th anniversary, the 79 individual awards celebrate outstanding quality and achievements from across the landscaping industry.
Gavin Jones received Principal Awards for two construction projects:
Teesside Shopping Park in the Soft Landscaping Construction : Non-domestic : Over £500k category
The Glebe in the Hard Landscaping Construction : Non-domestic : Over £500k category
And Nurture Landscapes received Principal Awards for:
Milton Park in the Grounds Maintenance : Limited Public Access : BPs, Military, Etc
The UK Trade Desk Ltd in the : Interior Landscapes : Maintenance Only category.
National awards were also won by:
Chineham Business Park in the: Grounds Maintenance : Limited Public Access : BPs, Military, Etc category
Ecclesiastical Insurance in the: Interior Landscapes : Installation Only category
Howbery Business Park in the: Nature Conservation & Biodiversity Enhancement category.
A huge congratulations to all our clients and teams, it is a great achievement in what has been an exceptionally difficult time.
Group CEO, Peter Fane, commented: “This is another great year at the National Landscape Awards for the Nurture Group and it is a proud moment for everyone who has been involved in the winning projects. The dedication and skill of our teams is something we always look to champion at The Nurture Landscapes Group and taking home seven out of seven awards is a brilliant feat.
“I couldn’t be any prouder, and my heartfelt thanks go to our clients for continuing to work with us and recognise the value we add through what has been a challenging period for the industry.”
National Landscape Awards Chief Executive Wayne Grills commented on the high standard of entries and the return to a physical presentation event later in the year: “Every year I am blown away by the level of excellence displayed in the entries to our National Landscape Awards and this year is no exception. The number of entries that have triumphed is a true testament to the hard work and high standards of all our Association members.
“Like all organisations, we are carefully monitoring the ongoing coronavirus situation ahead of our physical event later this year. With restrictions lifting, we are pleased to welcome our stakeholders and members back to our annual National Landscape Awards ceremony, though we will continue to make sure we are operating in a safe and COVID-secure manner.”
Further information on The BALI Awards and this years’ winners can be found here: https://www.baliawards.co.uk/results-2021