2009 Award Winners

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The Grand Award
Sponsored by:
Rigby Taylor
Winner: Water Gems (Alba) Ltd
Project: Private Residence, Edinburgh
Private Residence, Edinburgh
Overview:

What a garden!  The contractor was initially engaged to construct an informal water feature with swimming area, which required the construction of substantial retaining walls and extensive sub base preparation.  The client was so impressed with this work that further ideas were jointly developed with the contractor and executed to exacting standards; theseincluded the novel use of woven rebar for all retained areas and paths in the woodland area and for the construction of a compost shelter, and extensive mature planting.  The garden has been transformed beyond all recognition by the client and contractor working in true partnership  An aboslute gem and everyone is to be congratulated on creating this inspired garden.

  
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost less than £20,000)
Sponsored by:
Johnsons of Whixley
Winner: Olivebay Ltd
Project: Hopefield Avenue, London
Hopefield Avenue, London
Overview:

A contemporary look with a very comfortable feel has been created with this design by Olivebay.  Stylish screening and top quality Jura limestone paving have been used to create three separate seating areas in this small space whilst still leaving room for essential storage in the hidden garden shed.  Clever lighting extends the period available for the client to appreciate and enjoy the garden - and not a cable in sight.  Great attention to plant selection filles this small space with colour and interest whilst minimising routine maintenance.

 
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost less than £20,000)
Sponsored by:
Johnsons of Whixley
Winner: Northumbrian Landscaping Ltd
Project: Golfer's Retreat, Ryton, Tyne & Wear
Golfer's Retreat, Ryton, Tyne & Wear
Overview:

Capturing the essence of the golf course in his golf-obsessed client's rear garden required some serious research by the contractor into the design and materials to be used.  He has been rewarded by a delighted client with his own artificial putting green, decked areas for contemplating that elusive hole in one, and low maintenance materials and planting that create a terraced garden of truly unique style, quality and ambience.

 
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost less than £20,000)
Sponsored by:
Johnsons of Whixley
Winner: Hambrook Landscapes Ltd
Project: Westland Drive, Lee-on-Solent
Westland Drive, Lee-on-Solent
Overview:

This attractive family garden, complete with pond and child's playhouse, has been well constructed to deliver a pleasing scheme with clean lines, which fulfils the client's brief perfectly.  A simple yet entirely appropriate planting scheme is enhanced at dusk with subtle lighting.  The smart use of integral drainage completes a thoughtful and well executed project.

  
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost between £20K & £50K)
Sponsored by:
Natural Paving Products
Winner: Garden Builders, The
Project: Private Residence, London
Private Residence, London
Overview:

The creation of a ‘fifth room’ for this private home brings a little corner of the Middle East to this prestigious part of London. The feeling of space, yet at the same time cosiness, enhances the intimacy of this alfresco sitting and dinning room, whilst at the same time allowing room for children to play and express themselves. The detail in the work is second to none with no effort being spared to ensure ease of use by the client and a garden that will mature and remain easy to manage. The contractor has gone that extra mile to give the impression of space with the use of stainless steel doors. The butler’s serving dresser cleverly disguises wiring, pipework and garden storage.

 

 
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost between £20K & £50K)
Sponsored by:
Natural Paving Products
Winner: Garden Builders, The
Project: Smith Street, London
Smith Street, London
Overview:

The design of this urban garden makes maximum use of the available space without overcrowding, giving it an open space feel. Construction of the hard landscape feature is to the highest standard employing innovation in the construction of the steps to the upper level; one step is mounted on steel cantilever supports to allow its removal for access to the pond pump and electrics. The construction of the patio, walls and pond demonstrates a high degree of skill and attention to detail whilst the planting scheme gives year round colour and is complimentary to the design. Despite the logistical challenge of bringing all materials and spoil through the terraced house the contractor has created a charming and technically impressive garden, to the client’s evident delight.

 

 
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost between £20K & £50K)
Sponsored by:
Natural Paving Products
Winner: James Bird Landscapes Limited
Project: Thornsett Road, Sheffield
Thornsett Road, Sheffield
Overview:

The landscaping of this garden fully complements what is a substantial Victorian semi with a delightful extended garden room. The scale and execution of the work is excellent, showing particular attention to detail and good use of colour. The client is thrilled with the completed project.

 

  
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost between £50K & £100K)
Sponsored by:
Stonemarket
Winner: Hillier Landscapes
Project: Lansdowne Terrace, Cheltenham
Lansdowne Terrace, Cheltenham
Overview:

This brilliantly conceived and superbly worked cameo reflects the importance and superb beauty in the architecture of the house. Everywhere you turn there are little secret corners that give this small space the feeling of a much larger garden. An ever changing vista provides areas for meditation, relaxation, or a superb alfresco dining experience. The soporific running water in the fountain is reflected in the modernistic ball sculpture at the other end of the rill. The face opposite the lounging area allows you to drift off to Easter Island - a holiday without leaving the confines of the garden.

 

 
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost between £50K & £100K)
Sponsored by:
Stonemarket
Winner: J & S Scapes Ltd
Project: Missenden House, Berkhamstead
Missenden House, Berkhamstead
Overview:

This was a challenging garden for the contractor with a steep slope and restricted access for plant and materials. The client’s choice of Belgium brick paving, laid end on, required considerable skill to achieve the final remarkable result and the execution of the entire design, from the construction of terracing, retaining walls and timber decking, to the implementation of the detailed planting scheme, was carried out with evident professionalism and technical competence to the delight of the client.

 

 
Domestic Garden Scheme (cost between £50K & £100K)
Sponsored by:
Stonemarket
Winner: Linden Landscapes Domestic Gardens Ltd
Project: The Orangery, Hadlow
The Orangery, Hadlow
Overview:

A ‘picture postcard’ re-creation, quite literally! An old picture from Hampton Court inspired the client to re-create an interesting rill and pool water feature making full use of the skills of Linden Landscape staff. Classical geometric layout dominates in the hard landscape, which has been cut and laid to perfection. The informal parkland views beyond are reminiscent of grand historic estates. Carefully selected brick paviours have been skilfully laid along the length of a narrow courtyard to the rear of the old Orangery. Flawless craftsmanship!

 

  
Domestic Garden Scheme - construction cost between £100,000 - £250,000
Sponsored by:
Ilex
Winner: Water Gems (Alba) Ltd
Project: Private Residence in Edinburgh
Overview:

Working in close consultation with the client, architect and design engineers, the contractor has created a stunning garden that addresses all the client’s needs. Gently curving paths lead down from the newly constructed terrace and lawn adjacent to the two metre deep natural swimming pool with waterfall, through luxurious planting and mature woodland, to the boundary with the riverside path below in a seamless sylvan journey.

Vision, technical expertise and a truly harmonious client/contractor relationship have combined to create a breathtaking private landscape.

 
Domestic Garden Scheme - construction cost between £100,000 - £250,000
Sponsored by:
Ilex
Winner: Harlequin Landscapes Ltd
Project: Private Residence, Bedford
Private Residence, Bedford
Overview:

The formal gardens of this Victorian vicarage soften and enhance the red brick of this imposing building. The contractor has demonstrated superb skills in the construction of the walls, steps, central pond, paving and garden structures and has sensitively interpreted the soft landscape requirements with varied planting that provides structure and interest. The client is obviously delighted as the contractor has subsequently completed the second phase of the works and is contracted to undertake a third.

 

  
Domestic Garden Scheme (Cost Between £100k & £250k)
Sponsored by:
Ilex
Winner: Hillier Landscapes
Project: Nether Lypiatt Manor Stroud
Nether Lypiatt Manor Stroud
Overview:

This complex contract required the complete refurbishment of the landscape within the garden area. The rough Cotswold brash was stripped out and replaced with new topsoil and organic matter to provide a friable growing medium. Despite the elevation and the strong prevailing winds the soft planting – more than 4,300 plants from 27 different nurseries - has subsequently thrived. The hard landscape elements reflect the architecture of the manor house and of formal Mediterranean gardens. It incorporates a ‘his and hers’ meditative area which allows the owners to retreat for quiet contemplation away from their busy lives. The contractor has created a living landscape that will bring pleasure to all who are afforded the opportunity to visit this delightful country retreat.

 

 
Domestic Garden Scheme (Cost Between £100k & £250k)
Sponsored by:
Ilex
Winner: Gavin Jones Ltd (aka The Plantation)
Project: Private Garden, Albury Heath
Private Garden, Albury Heath
Overview:

Formality was the key element of this garden design, set against the backdrop of the client’s period property and capturing the surrounding views of the wooded landscape. Geometric patterns in the sandstone terrace help define inviting seating and dining areas whilst allowing good access to the house and other garden areas. An existing flight of formal brick steps has been recreated and leads to the lower formal terrace, providing a strong central focus for the design. A carefully selected sculpture by David Harber includes a black pebble sphere, which is lit at night to complement a full lighting scheme for a stunning effect on the upper terrace.  Low level audio speakers linked to the indoor stereo system enable the client to set the mood by remote control from the comfort of the garden lounger. The pristine finish to the construction and planting work is exemplary and before and after photographs of the project record the full transformation by a highly competent contract team.

 

  
Domestic Garden Scheme - construction cost between £100,000 - £250,000
Sponsored by:
Ilex
Winner: J & S Scapes Ltd
Project: Hunters Green, Little Chalfont
Hunters Green, Little Chalfont
Overview:

The detail and construction of the hard landscaping in this Andy Sturgeon design is of an exceptionally high standard with the cutting and jointing of the stonework consistent throughout. The planting scheme is also exceptional with informal beds of herbaceous plants and grasses and the use of box creating large curves and spirals to one side of the garden, and small square beds providing a more formal area to the other. A water feature in the same dimensions as the beds is planted round with box and leads to a circular area of seating planted with tropical plants, providing a completely different feel to this part of the garden.

 

 
Domestic Garden Scheme - construction cost between £100,000 - £250,000
Sponsored by:
Ilex
Winner: Bowles & Wyer Limited
Project: Private Residence, Kensington
Private Residence, Kensington
Overview:

As with many London gardens difficult access created its own challenges, which were nevertheless dealt with admirably by the contractor. The garden has a very strong structural feel that, although quite formal in style, manages to evoke a feeling of calm orderliness. The hard landscaping materials and quality of construction is excellent, as is the execution of the soft planting scheme. A very attractive garden in keeping with the property.

 

  
Domestic Garden Construction - construction cost over £250K
Sponsored by:
Artificial Lawn Company
Winner: Thompson Landscapes Ltd
Project: Private Residence, Hertfordshire
Private Residence, Hertfordshire
Overview:

This project is breathtaking in its size and scale of complexity and demanded the highest levels of landscape engineering competence and design flair.  A strong sense of formality dominates to help define the functions of large open space and smaller more discreet areas for family entertaining or relaxation. An impressive long sweeping driveway in fan-laid yellow-beige granite setts guides visitors from the impressive entrance gates up to the front of the property or off to the stable block converted for guests. The formal gardens surround the property with pathways, steps and terraces in high quality sandstone linking between areas.

 

 
Domestic Garden Construction - construction cost over £250K
Sponsored by:
Artificial Lawn Company
Winner: Bowles & Wyer Limited
Project: Hamilton Terrace, London
Hamilton Terrace, London
Overview:

The landscaping contract formed part of a much bigger project where the garden was removed, an extension built in its place, and the garden replaced on top of the extension. The contractor has worked directly with the client to a very tight schedule, beginning in late July and completing by the end of September. With very limited access all heavy and large materials had to be craned on to site. A formal contemporary urban domestic garden has been created using quality hard landscape materials and semi mature pleached Plane trees, large Amalanchier, Taxus and Buxus forming the skeleton of this pared down Luciano Giubbilei design.

 

 
Domestic Garden Construction - construction cost over £250K
Sponsored by:
Artificial Lawn Company
Winner: Bowles & Wyer Limited
Project: Maces Farm, Wyck Rissington
Maces Farm, Wyck Rissington
Overview:

Set in a typical Cotswold village the buildings and grounds of this 18th century house have been updated with a most sympathetic eye. Borders and flowerbeds flow into one another whilst retaining their individuality and the lines of the hedges complement those of the walls and hard landscaping, with pathways and hedges creating the feeling of individual rooms within the garden. Everywhere you turn there is an eye catching feature and the plants have been carefully selected to complement the natural elements of the adjacent meadow. Delightful, and yet natural; a well thought out design and exemplary construction.

 

 
Domestic Garden Construction - construction cost over £250K
Sponsored by:
Artificial Lawn Company
Winner: Outdoor Options Ltd
Project: Gold Hill, Farnham
Gold Hill, Farnham
Overview:

This progressive contemporary landscape scheme within its restful wooded hillside setting reflects the clean, uncomplicated lines of the clients’ Huf Haus. The hard landscaping, decking and pond area is surrounded by a riot of colour from a pallet of plants selected to attract bees and butterflies. The contractor has executed the design with exemplary professionalism, to the absolute delight of the client.

 

  
Domestic Garden Scheme - Maintenance Only
Sponsored by:
BALI Insure (JLT)
Winner: Hambrook Landscapes Ltd
Project: Meon Place, Southampton
Meon Place, Southampton
Overview:

A delightful country garden (second home) with literally hundreds of metres of hedges of diverse species including Conifers, Ligustrum, Hornbeam, clipped Sorbus aria, clipped Chinese topiary and clipped Box pyramids amid existing herbaceous and shrub borders, all of which are beautifully maintained. The extensive lawned areas are well mown with good lines and the steep slopes in the garden between the lawned areas are all well maintained. 

 

 
Domestic Garden Scheme - Maintenance Only
Sponsored by:
BALI Insure (JLT)
Winner: Transform Landscape Design & Construction Ltd
Project: South Lodge, Guildford
South Lodge, Guildford
Overview:

A lovely scheme but rather new and one that would have benefitted from a further year’s establishment before entering the awards. That said, the standard of maintenance thus far is extremely good with not a weed to be seen and all hedges and grassed areas well maintained. The client appreciates the contractor’s suggestions and solutions to any issues that arise.

 

  
Soft Landscaping (under 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
Garden Expo
Winner: Frosts Landscape Construction Ltd
Project: Ropemaker Place, London
Ropemaker Place, London
Overview:

A truly innovative landscape engineered to fine tolerances. The planting is cleverly modified over the various floors to reflect light levels, temperature and wind variation and the density of planting will allow for those plants not suited to their new environment to be removed, whilst retaining the overall effect conceived by the architects. 1100 tonnes of materials were brought in by crane within 35 per cent of the original contract period and at 85 per cent of the cost. In undertaking this project the contractor was faced with having to assimilate and implement innovative technologies on the job, with outstanding results.

 

 
Soft Landscaping (under 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
Garden Expo
Winner: Frosts Landscape Construction Ltd
Project: Abbeygate Development, Milton Keynes
Abbeygate Development, Milton Keynes
Overview:

This was a technically challenging contract, with access to the whole site by suppliers and labour requiring precise coordination by the contractor. It was interesting to see both soft fruit bushes and fruit trees included in an urban commercial scheme. The result is superb and says much about the capability and professionalism of the contractor.

 

 
Soft Landscaping (under 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
Garden Expo
Winner: Kings Landscapes
Project: Piazza - Hyde Park, Hayes
Piazza - Hyde Park, Hayes
Overview:

This commercial project comprised three elements: a large open space in front of offices; a courtyard garden and a roof garden. The space to the front has some very good features with large Birch trees planted in contemporary planters with slate mulch in the seating areas, providing shade for office workers. Paved surfaces have been installed by the contractor to a very high standard and the large grassed area is intersected by long curved beds of ornamental grasses. The courtyard garden reflects the curved layout of paths and seating areas to the front of the building and the contractor has implemented a difficult design expertly, despite the challenging logistics involved. The roof garden has planters and troughs of grasses and trees situated on recycled decking board. Congratulations on a well delivered scheme.

 

 
Soft Landscaping (under 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
Garden Expo
Winner: Coblands Landscapes Ltd
Project: Sunrise Senior Living, Bagshot
Sunrise Senior Living, Bagshot
Overview:

Senior Sunrise Living is a brand concept, now familiar in the UK, where quality and attention to detail is of paramount importance within their developments. This is clearly in evidence at the Bagshot development where Coblands have worked to a demanding landscape architect’s specification to create a very interesting and beautiful garden area for the residents. Planting, mulching and plant establishment was near perfect and all was achieved within a very tight time frame in the lead up to a royal opening. No pressure! No worries, this is a BALI contractor! 

 

 
Soft Landscaping (under 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
Garden Expo
Winner: Goddards (Landscape Contractors) Ltd
Project: Sunrise Senior Living, Beaconsfield
Sunrise Senior Living, Beaconsfield
Overview:

During the construction of the soft and hard landscaped areas around this retirement development the contractor worked sensitively to limit the impact of the works on its residents. Recycled composts were widely used to improve the condition of the soil for the soft planting scheme, and SUDS technology was incorporated in the hard landscaped and car parking areas. The contractor also constructed the pergolas, gazebos and animal sculptures. The residents now have lovely grounds to enjoy and, if they wish to do so, help to maintain.

 

  
Soft Landscaping (over 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
British Sugar Topsoil
Winner:
Project: Terrace Gardens, Richmond
Terrace Gardens, Richmond
Overview:

The restoration of the extensive plant bed areas of this historic semi-formal Victorian park was greatly enhanced by the dedicated park maintenance contract team who worked closely with the landscape architect and site officer from Richmond to ensure a high survival rate, despite difficult dry-shade and poor sloping soil conditions. Workshops in good plant identification, establishment and planting care run by the landscape architect were attended by park staff to help boost knowledge, understanding and enthusiasm for the project. The results are very impressive, especially given that the staff involved were not well experienced in large soft landscape installation schemes. Good plant establishment has been achieved with minimal irrigation.

 

 
Soft Landscaping (over 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
British Sugar Topsoil
Winner: UPM Tilhill
Project: Valentines Park, Ilford
Valentines Park, Ilford
Overview:

The existing, but run down, walled garden required a sensitive touch to breath life back into both the adjacent house and the surrounding park. A great deal of clearance of overgrown shrubs and trees was required and has been sympathetically carried out. The new planting has established itself very quickly and now gives pleasure to the park’s visitors.

 

 
Soft Landscaping (over 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
British Sugar Topsoil
Winner: Goddards (Landscape Contractors) Ltd
Project: Ashford Ring Road, Ashford, Kent
Ashford Ring Road, Ashford, Kent
Overview:

Much is at stake when a visionary urban town redevelopment of a busy ring road reaches the closing stages and the landscape contractor begins the task of installing an impressive range of semi-mature trees whilst the road remains open to all traffic.  This scenario would test the very best of landscape contractors familiar with large civil engineering projects. Contractor competence is demanded on such schemes and Goddard’s site manager took all this in his stride, dealing with very difficult site logistics with a strong focus on the survival of the impressive street plantings of Limes, Birches, Pyrus and Planes on this very exposed and difficult site. The result is a landmark urban street scene with echoes of continental European modern design giving pedestrians priority over vehicles whilst minimising street signage allowing the soft landscape to be fully appreciated. Top marks for all concerned!

 

 
Soft Landscaping (over 1 hectare)
Sponsored by:
British Sugar Topsoil
Winner: Mayfield Construction Company Ltd
Project: A580 East Lancashire
A580 East Lancashire
Overview:

An environmental improvement scheme along a major Lancashire trunk road, which is mainly dual carriageway, included the removal of old signage, fencing and old roadside depots, and the improvement of a range of poor habitats by the planting of trees, hedgerows and wild flowers. The contractor worked closely with the client to implement the works with minimal disruption and provide for a more environmentally sustainable main access route.

 

  
Hard Landscaping - construction cost under £300,000
Sponsored by:
Marshalls
Winner: Blakedown Landscapes (SE) Ltd
Project: Waldegrave School for Girls, Twickenham
Waldegrave School for Girls, Twickenham
Overview:

This project called for improvements to a quadrangle space within the school grounds and focused on a stage area, which has now become an integral part of the school’s teaching resource. Two soft landscape beds and large planters with climbers soften the area and a pergola structure will soon provide a lovely green canopy. The space has taken on a life of its own with new, unanticipated, uses emerging and having a very positive effect on the school.

 

  
Hard Landscaping - construction cost between £300,000 - £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Glee
Winner: Blakedown Landscapes (SE) Ltd
Project: Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground, London
Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground, London
Overview:

The tarmac parade ground of this former Army camp has been transformed into an open air gallery space for the University of Arts. The highly imaginative design uses various surfacing materials, installed with a very high degree of skill by the contractor. Areas of granite setts incorporate the sweeping curves of the lighting scheme, which has been installed to a very high and technically challenging standard as the granite areas conceal fixed lighting points to illuminate students’ work. The area is heavily used by members of the public as well as the students but none of the surfacing is showing any signs of wear. Glass and steel fencing, also installed to an exemplary standard by the contractor, adds to this now contemporary open air space.

 

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost between £300,000 - £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Glee
Winner: Blakedown Landscapes (Operations) Ltd
Project: Blood Service Centre, Bristol
Blood Service Centre, Bristol
Overview:

It is impossible to put into words the exactitude with which the external works on this project have been completed. There was no evidence of kerbs or paving stones out of line and pointing has been put in place with clinical precision. Bollards lined up with great accuracy and the wooden baulks used for the planters have been laid to the exact final millimetre. The Blood Service Centre is paramount to the health and wellbeing of the South West of England and the external works and landscape that surrounds it reflects the accuracy with which the Blood Service needs to work. The cleanliness of the site is evidence of the high degree of management and finish achieved by the contractor. The workmanship is without doubt top quality and sets off this clinical facility with style.

 

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost between £300,000 - £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Glee
Winner: Landscape Group, The
Project: Ancoats Public Realm, Manchester
Ancoats Public Realm, Manchester
Overview:

This urban regeneration scheme has had a very positive effect on what was a deprived and run down part of Manchester. The combination of hard landscaping and soft planting, bordered by large panels of printed glass, helps to define the space, and mosaic-style sett hard surfaces are an interesting and distinct feature of the scheme. The work has been extremely well executed by the contractor and continues the city’s regeneration journey.

 

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost between £300,000 - £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Glee
Winner: Mayfield Construction Company Ltd
Project: Market Place Regeneration, Cockermouth
Market Place Regeneration, Cockermouth
Overview:

The varied paving textures and designs, including story blocks depicting local folklore, have been undertaken to an excellent standard by the contractor, transforming this Lakeland market town into a very pleasant destination. The entire area provides visitors with a relaxed environment with modern seating, including tractor seats!

 

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost between £300,000 - £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Glee
Winner: FM Conway Ltd
Project: Chandos Road Playgroud, London
Chandos Road Playgroud, London
Overview:

A small, flat, underused play park in the shadow of the new Olympic Park has been transformed into a gently undulating play area with colourful surfacing and a range of play equipment for local children. The construction of retention walls, paths and safety surfacing, and the installation of play equipment, has been carried out to the very highest standards by the contractor and the park is now heavily used by local families whose input to its design and sense of ownership have prevented it from being vandalised and misused.

 

  
Hard Landscaping - construction cost over £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Strata Stone
Winner: McKean and Company (Glasgow) Limited
Project: Renfrew Town Centre Regeneration
Renfrew Town Centre Regeneration
Overview:

The comprehensive regeneration of the town centre has been carefully project managed and the finished areas are impressive and are part of the wider regeneration plans for Renfrew. The various paving textures, both to the road and the pedestrian areas, have been tastefully done. The skilful relocation of the War Memorial greatly enhances this part of the town landscape. Local residents and commercial premises can be proud of this robust initiative.

 

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost over £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Strata Stone
Winner: Landscape Group, The
Project: Spinningfields, Manchester
Spinningfields, Manchester
Overview:

Right in the heart of the regenerated business district of Manchester, this is a very prestigious site consisting of a series of interlocking open spaces, including walkways and piazza style areas. The scheme is a mix of hard and soft landscaping with a change in level being a major feature. Good quality materials have been used throughout and the construction and landscaping works are excellent.

 

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost over £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Strata Stone
Winner: Landscape Group, The
Project: Bancroft Gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon
Bancroft Gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon
Overview:

The project management challenges on this superb contract, along with keeping all interested parties engaged and happy, is worth an award in itself!  Walkways, bridges, raised beds and moorings all had to be constructed in stainless steel and granite, and superb planting has further enhanced the scheme. The judges found it impossible to fault the workmanship, especially the paving, which required precise setting out. This project overall is a demonstration of superb craftsmanship.

 

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost over £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Strata Stone
Winner: Hellens Landscapes
Project: The University of Manchester Public Realm Phase 1, Manchester
Overview:

This scheme comprises a series of large soft and hard landscaped areas that interlock to create a whole space. Hard landscaping ranged from seating areas through to extensive walkways, with wider open spaces between buildings. Overall this is an impressive project constructed to an excellent standard by the contractor.

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost over £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Strata Stone
Winner: FM Conway Ltd
Project: Twickenham Stadium, Rugby Football Union, Twickenham
Twickenham Stadium, Rugby Football Union, Twickenham
Overview:

This was an extensive, predominantly hard landscaping, scheme for the car park areas and Walk of Legends at Twickenham RFU. The contractor worked around major main contract problems to deliver their side of the project to the complete satisfaction of the client. The landscaping scheme included extensive resin bonded paved areas, block paving, perimeter fencing, tree planting and the installation of street furniture.

 

 
Hard Landscaping - construction cost over £1.5 million
Sponsored by:
Strata Stone
Winner: Thompson Landscapes Ltd
Project: Pan Peninsula, Isle of Dogs, London E14
Pan Peninsula, Isle of Dogs, London E14
Overview:

This scheme forms part of a larger Docklands residential development and the landscape works comprised a piazza and roof garden. Materials ranging from York stone paving to marble seating are used in the piazza to stunning effect and have been installed with consummate professionalism by the contractor. The different surfaces used in the piazza are repeated in the roof garden, together with areas of decking. Lighting has been cleverly incorporated and the planting scheme uses raised planters and semi mature trees to bring an established feel to the scheme. The choice of species provides for ease of maintenance. The client is very happy with the project and has awarded the contractor further work in the Docklands, which is currently underway.

 

  
Land Renewal and Regeneration Scheme
Sponsored by:
Sureset
Winner: C R Swift Landscaping Ltd
Project: Northala Fields, Northolt
Northala Fields, Northolt
Overview:

This scheme, designed by Peter Fink, is instantly recognisable as you drive along the A40 at Northolt and epitomises what land regeneration projects are all about. A derelict piece of land, several large demolition schemes close by (including the White City shopping area and the old Wembley Stadium), charge the demolition team to tip the inert waste on site, and the money raised pays for the landscaping; a simple idea brilliantly executed! Sorting and grading the crushed concrete pieces for over one mile of gabion baskets must have been both a heart and a back breaking job. There are currently four hills – the tallest of which is 26m high – with a fifth under discussion. The contractor can be enormously proud of this iconic landscaping project and their part in its creation.

 

 
Land Renewal and Regeneration Scheme
Sponsored by:
Sureset
Winner: Blakedown Landscapes (Operations) Ltd
Project: Central Recreation Ground, Cwmbran Boating Lake, Cwmbran
Central Recreation Ground, Cwmbran Boating Lake, Cwmbran
Overview:

A logistically challenging project that was well planned and executed by the contractor whose expertise supplemented the knowledge of the architect. This heavily used lake is a very popular venue for fishing, boating and general recreation. The contractor had to keep the lake open to visitors at all times during the reconstruction and has managed to transform what was becoming a muddy pond into a significant public leisure facility. The diversity of flora and fauna has been enhanced by forming different levels around the perimeter of the lake and by the addition of a woodland walk. As the pathways are easily negotiated by wheelchair users it is a facility that can be enjoyed by all.

 

 
Land Renewal and Regeneration Scheme
Sponsored by:
Sureset
Winner: Landscape Group, The
Project: Bushy Park Water Gardens, Hampton
Bushy Park Water Gardens, Hampton
Overview:

Over the years the 18th century water garden within Bushy Park has been badly neglected, including use by the Ministry of Defence for part of their submarine research programme. The regeneration of two large ponds or lakes required the complete reconstruction of the upper lake and extensive ground modelling – and all this in an archaeological site under the protection of English Heritage. The contractor worked well with English Heritage under difficult circumstances, which included solving major problems with the construction of the lakes and the water flow to the fountain bowls. The client was extremely pleased with the works, and rightly so.

 

 
Land Renewal and Regeneration Scheme
Sponsored by:
Sureset
Winner: Blakedown Landscapes (SE) Ltd
Project: Woodbridge Meadows, Guildford
Woodbridge Meadows, Guildford
Overview:

This site was once a small tarmac car park/car sales storage next to the A3 and its regeneration has completely changed the aspect of the space and opened up the towpath area long the river. The bank had to be graded to allow public and disabled access and planting had to take account of the required sight lines for traffic. With the river as a backdrop this scheme is a vast improvement on the previous use of this space and has been well executed by the contractor.

 

 
Land Renewal and Regeneration Scheme
Sponsored by:
Sureset
Winner: Frosts Landscape Construction Ltd
Project: Frank Banfield Park, Hammersmith Embankment, London
Frank Banfield Park, Hammersmith Embankment, London
Overview:

The contractor worked closely with residents groups to regenerate this park whilst keeping it open throughout the construction phase. The land profile has been changed to improve the views as people walk through the park to shops and trains, and fresh planting has been very well received and appreciated. The site is now well looked after and is a major improvement to the urban landscape in this part of London.

 

 
Land Renewal and Regeneration Scheme
Sponsored by:
Sureset
Winner: Visible Changes Ltd
Project: King George's Field Playscape, Hanwell
King George's Field Playscape, Hanwell
Overview:

The park was an underused facility with a traditional play area, which was old and tired. The project involved local residents and the local school at every stage of its development and construction and the results of this collaboration speak for themselves. The contractor has constructed the timber wall and walkways to the highest standards and the bonded gravel paths provide an easy to maintain surface. The play equipment is imaginative and challenging for the children and the use of carved logs, tree stumps and boulders for climbing over is inspired. Mounds created by hundreds of tonnes of imported topsoil have been turfed and planted with trees and shrubs, giving a softer feel to the park. Existing trees were retained and incorporated into the new play are design, giving shade and shelter. The rejuvenated park is now heavily used and enjoyed by the community it serves.

 

  
Design Excellence Award
Sponsored by:
Society of Garden Designers
Winner: Sturgeon, Andy
Project: Great Ormond Street Hospital Staff Roof Garden, London
Overview:

This is a stunning and innovative rooftop scheme covering some 480 square metres of an exposed and windy site on the seventh floor of the Octav Botnar Wing of the hospital. The garden has areas for relaxing, socialising and eating and remembers the two GOSH staff who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks in London in July 2005. 3,000 hospital staff now have access to the garden 365 days of the year. The planting is entirely appropriate to the scheme, working well with the structures and softening the building.

 

 
Design Excellence Award
Sponsored by:
Society of Garden Designers
Winner: Parsons, Christine
Project: Ashgate Hospice Day Centre Garden, Chesterfield
Overview:

This was a particularly challenging brief with regard to use as the garden would be used by young and old, families, in-patients, out-patients and staff. The designer has created a really excellent design that is appropriate to the site aspect and the building’s purpose. With very good hard landscape detail and beautiful planting, which is soft and in keeping with the needs of those enjoying it, this scheme improves the building and the landscape enormously; overall an extremely accomplished design and project implementation.

 
Design Excellence Award
Sponsored by:
Society of Garden Designers
Winner: Fox, Patricia
Project: School Cottage, Allens Green, Sawbridgeworth
Overview:

A good, well balanced design responding to and meeting the client’s brief well. This is a delightful domestic garden with soft and sophisticated planting that is in keeping with the overall style.

 

 
Design Excellence Award
Sponsored by:
Society of Garden Designers
Winner: Lennox-Boyd, Arabella
Project: The Maggie's Centre, Dundee
Overview:

This is an interesting scheme which resembles a labyrinth, the design adapted from one found in a medieval cathedral in France and entirely appropriate to the site and the surroundings. The ground sculpting and tree planting both separate and link at the same time beautifully, screening both the parking area and the helicopter landing pad. The granite detail in the labyrinth is very good and the planting complements the design well.

  
International Award
Sponsored by:
The Landscaper
Winner: Beijing Tsinghua Tongheng Planning and Design Insitute
Project: Central Park of Modern Art, Beijing. P.R. China
Overview:

The attention to detail contained within the entry material for this award only serves to emphasise the degree of difficulty and the wealth of experience and workmanship that has made this submission outstanding in its category. The feeling of space and tranquillity and the vibrancy of colour achieved by the well selected plants is augmented by the excellence of the hard landscape in which the scheme is set.

 

 

 
International Award
Sponsored by:
The Landscaper
Winner: C. A. Frazier Group Ltd
Project: Weighbridge Redevelopment, St Helier, Jersey
Overview:

The landscaping of this project was perfectly crafted to become part of an excellent scheme. The Continental feeling of the area has been well augmented by the excellent choice of plants and the skill in which they have been grouped together. The general feel of the piazza is one of balmy nights and alfresco dining.

  
Grounds Maintenance (Free Public Access) Multi Sites
Sponsored by:
BIGGA
Winner: Integritas Landscapes
Project: Goodman Business Parks
Overview:

The client has a policy of maintaining the prominent areas of their four business locations at Bracknell, Coventry, Farnborough and Kettering, with quality turf, shrubs and their trademark water features – and all to the very highest standards, which shows. All areas were well manicured with excellent horticultural practices evident throughout. The ongoing phased landscape improvements of shrub and grass renewal were impressive and reflect Goodman’s policy of quality landscape provision.

 

 
Grounds Maintenance (Free Public Access) Multi Sites
Sponsored by:
Addagrip
Winner: MITIE Landscapes Limited
Project: HBOS Group
Overview:

Each of the Group’s five sites at Edinburgh, Dunfermline, Livingston, Wolverhampton and Aylesbury are maintained by the contractor to a very good standard with grassed and shrub areas softening and enhancing the buildings they surround. There is good liaison between the client and contractor with most sites being serviced by visiting teams.

  
Grounds Maintenance Limited Public Access
Sponsored by:
Ransomes Jacobsen
Winner: Integritas Landscapes
Project: Gloucester Business Park, Gloucester
Overview:

To come to work in this well presented, excellently maintained, business park must be an absolute pleasure. Parts of the site are set aside as quite meditative areas, which are relaxing and soothing to the eye and mind. The grounds maintained by Reliance Landscapes are pristine and completely weed and litter free. Even the more industrial areas are of such a high standard that those spaces maintained by other contractors are made to look very mediocre. The degree of difficulty and standard required by the client is a challenge that is more than met by the contractor. The feeder road to the site is maintained as if fronting an office complex and is considered by the client to be their shop window. It was a privilege to be shown such superb work by an appreciative and fully satisfied client.

 

  
Interior Landscape: Installation Only
Sponsored by:
Clarke & Spears
Winner: OCS Group UK Ltd
Project: NAPP Pharmaceutical Holdings Ltd, Cambridge
Overview:

Cool, funky and at times whacky, this interior scheme simply breaks new ground and sets new standards for others to follow. A client inspired colour brief for a new build enabled the OCS design team to break away from the very familiar contemporary or traditional approaches to interior design we often encounter in the office environment.  The result is quite unique in performing a central design role within the buildings and not simply an ancillary function.

 

  
Interior Landscape Installation: Maintenance Only
Sponsored by:
Planteria Magazine
Winner: Planters Horticulture L.L.C.
Project: Dubai International Airport
Overview:

The workmanship on the previous phases of the Dubai International Airport has been complemented by this recent addition. The bustle of the airport has been reflected in the plantings whilst giving those who have the time to sit a vista that is calming and soothing to tired minds and bodies. This is an impressive installation maintained with exemplary attention to detail.

 

  
Grounds Maintenance Limited Public Access
Sponsored by:
Ransomes Jacobsen
Winner: Gavin Jones Ltd (aka The Plantation)
Project: MEPC Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
Overview:

It is good to see the client so involved with this contract. Good communication with the contractor inevitably leads to better results - and here is the proof. Even in challenging times the client sees the benefits of a well maintained environment for both existing tenants, and potential ones, understanding that it isn’t just about ‘keeping the grass down’. Pockets of wildlife are allowed to be part of the overall scheme and next year bee hives will be introduced. Another great example of successful partnership working.

 
Grounds Maintenance Limited Public Access
Sponsored by:
Ransomes Jacobsen
Winner: Nurture Landscapes Limited
Project: The Dell, Englefield Green
Overview:

A quality driven residents group will often demand the highest of standards and flexibility of a trade contractor. In meeting these demands and working closely with the clients, Nurture Landscapes has worked hard to preserve and improve what is a significantly historic landscape on the old Schroder estate. A superb and extensive Pulham rock dell garden is in the process of restoration in close collaboration with the client group despite limited funds. It is good to find a client and contractor team who realise the significance of the Pulhamite dell rock and the need for careful restoration.

  
Interior Landscape: Installation Only
Sponsored by:
Clarke & Spears
Winner: Gavin Jones Ltd (aka The Plantation)
Project: Evelina Children's Hospital, London
Overview:

This was a challenging installation sited three floors up and requiring the five large Veitchia Palms to be craned into position. The space is used for relaxation and fun by the children and visitors and has a bright and cheery feel. The plants are in good condition and well maintained and the scale of the palms creates a feeling of being outdoors.

 
Interior Landscape: Installation Only
Sponsored by:
Clarke & Spears
Winner: Planters Horticulture L.L.C.
Project: Armed Forces Club, Abu Dhabi
Overview:

The workmanship on the previous phases of the Dubai International Airport has been complemented by this recent addition. The bustle of the airport has been reflected in the plantings whilst giving those who have the time to sit a vista that is calming and soothing to tired minds and bodies. This is an impressive installation maintained with exemplary attention to detail.

  
Interior Landscape Installation: Maintenance Only
Sponsored by:
Planteria Magazine
Winner: PHS Greenleaf
Project: The Mall, Cribbs Causeway Shopping Centre, Bristol
Overview:

This is a major out of town shopping complex with a large central mall along which shoppers have to pass. The interior landscaping is well established and the plants are maintained to a high standard making a positive addition to the overall space.

  
Best Use of Lighting
Sponsored by:
Ten Alps Publishing
Winner: Thompson Landscapes Ltd
Project: Pan Peninsula, Millharbour Road, Isle of Dogs, London E14
Overview:

This scheme forms part of a larger Docklands residential development. As part of the construction of the piazza, the contractor has installed lighting blocks that gradually change colour throughout the night and mirror the lighting strips up the sides of the towers. There are up-lighters in all planters and beneath the semi mature trees. The roof garden lighting scheme adds a subtle ambience to this impressive development.

 

 
Best Use of Lighting
Sponsored by:
Ten Alps Publishing
Winner: Landscape Group, The
Project: Liverpool Innovation Park
Overview:

The brief for this large impressive landscaping scheme was to attract high quality companies to the industrial park and lighting was to be a major feature. The site is in a formerly deprived and run down area of Liverpool that is being regenerated on a vast scale. As night falls the lighting on the Park takes over and is very effective. The panels of light around the grassed areas give the impression that they are floating and the mix of blues and greens creates a soft and subtle effect that enhances the overall scheme.

  
Employer of the Year
Sponsored by:
On Site Training UK
Winner: Grace Landscapes Limited
Project: Grace Landscapes Ltd
Overview:

This award recognises the contribution made to the landscape industry by BALI members that achieve excellence through staff development and exemplary business practices. The judges consider a number of criteria, which include staff recruitment and retention, skills development, career progression, internal communication and strategic planning.

Grace Landscapes was formed in 1978 by Tim Grace after he completed his training at Askham Bryan College. The company has been a member of BALI since 1980 and now has a team of 133 site staff and 36 management, administrative and support staff. With their head office in West Yorkshire and operational depots covering everywhere from the South of Scotland to the Midlands, the company has grown to become a major commercial contractor. The company’s submission for the Employer of the Year award was highly professional and addressed all the required award criteria, providing a comprehensive picture of the business. The company’s vision and values clearly demonstrate the commitment to their staff and to their customers and the substantial number of examples of good and best business practice show how important the development of its staff is to the company. Effective and consistent communications keep staff and managers fully informed and engender a strong sense of community throughout the company, which further supports the judges’ decision to award Grace Landscapes Ltd the accolade of Employer of the Year.

 

  
BALI Newcomer Award
Sponsored by:
Yell.com
Winner: Harlequin Landscapes Ltd
Project: Private Residence in Bedford
Overview:

This special award is presented to the newest BALI member to win a category award and acknowledges professionalism, landscaping skill and excellent customer service, in the best traditions of a BALI contractor. The superb quality of Harlequin Landscapes’ construction skills, their sensitive interpretation of the soft landscape requirements at the Old Vicarage, and the obvious satisfaction of the client, who has since had the company complete a second phase of the landscaping works and has signed them up for a third, makes them worthy winners of the Best Newcomer award.

  
Special Award - Rainwater Harvesting
Sponsored by:
Watermatic
Winner: Frosts Landscape Construction Ltd
Project: Ropemaker Place, Chiswell Street, London
Overview:

A truly innovative landscape engineered to fine tolerances of 4mm between paving stones and +/- 2mm for depth. The paving stones and planters are superbly laid and built to reflect the innovative design of the building. Permeable paving in the form of stones with open un-grouted joints allows rainfall to be channelled into grey water storage for reuse in the building and on the soft landscape elements. Frosts have created meditative areas affording relaxation and reinvigoration for those privileged to work in an iconic building on the edge of the Square Mile.

 

  
Special Award - Community Involvement
Sponsored by:
Bellenden Public Affairs
Winner: Visible Changes Ltd
Project: King George's Field Playscape, Hanwell, London
Overview:

The park was an underused facility with a traditional play area, which was old and tired. The contractor has constructed the new timber wall and walkways to the highest standards and the bonded gravel paths provide an easy to maintain surface. The newly installed play equipment is imaginative and challenging for the children and the use of carved logs, tree stumps and boulders for climbing over is inspired. Mounds created by hundreds of tonnes of imported topsoil have been turfed and planted with trees and shrubs, giving a softer feel to the park. Existing trees were retained and incorporated into the new play are design, giving shade and shelter. This project involved local residents and the local school at every stage of its development and construction and the results of this collaboration speak for themselves. The rejuvenated park is now heavily used and enjoyed by the community it serves and is a worthy winner of this Special Award for Community Involvement.

  
Grounds Maintenance - Single Sites
Sponsored by:
Anders Plus
Winner: Enterprise PLC
Project: St James' Park, London
Overview:

With its ‘Open All Hours’ access this famous park pushes the boundaries of grounds management and maintenance to the extreme and the excellence of this provision shows everywhere. The grounds maintenance contract also covers the adjacent Green Park along with other important locations including Buckingham Palace, Memorial Gardens and No 10. The floral schemes are excellent and with over 6.5 million visitors a year the demands on the client and contractor are great, yet the standards achieved and the noticeable lack of litter is testament to the professionalism and ability of the contractor to meet these demands.

 

 
Grounds Maintenance - Single Sites
Sponsored by:
Anders Plus
Winner: Veolia Environmental Services (UK) Ltd
Project: Terrace Gardens, Petersham Road, Richmond
Overview:

A performance based grounds maintenance contract with ‘High Performance’ results. It is very difficult to find any faults in the maintenance of this prestigious Victorian park. Every aspect of horticultural care had been attended to with new planting areas and wildlife features adopted with quiet enthusiasm by the site staff. Attending bespoke workshop training courses run by the landscape architect were a feature of this contract where Veolia staff have shown great interest and willingness to keep standards high. As a local amenity, this park is highly used by a wide cross-section of society especially young families enjoying the open space and bright seasonal displays, roses and herbaceous plantings. This is a far cry from the dark days of CCT and helps our industry understand the benefits of working in partnership with the client.

 

 
Grounds Maintenance - Single Sites
Sponsored by:
Anders Plus
Winner: Enterprise PLC
Project: Kensington Gardens, London
Overview:

Kensington Gardens provides the visitor with a vast expanse of tranquil areas of managed grassland set against a backcloth of mature trees whilst formal water features and well maintained seasonal bedding schemes and mature shrubberies delight the visitor with varied colour and texture. An effective green waste recycling facility produces over two thousand tonnes of compost annually for re-use within the Royal Parks. The Gardens stage several major events which attract thousands of visitors each year. The recent improvements to the Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial Playground continue to provide children with high quality interactive equipment. This is a well maintained and managed open space full of interest and variety.

 
Grounds Maintenance - Single Sites
Sponsored by:
Anders Plus
Winner: Enterprise PLC
Project: Hyde Park, London
Overview:

No visitor can fail to appreciate the scale of this well known park in the very heart of London. It provides both a varied range of active pursuits and areas for quiet meditation, all of which are maintained to very high standards. The Serpentine is a major feature contributing to wildlife conservation within the park and to the wellbeing of Londoners who regularly jog along its banks. The quality of the seasonal bedding and established structure planting within the park is testament to the horticultural knowledge of a dedicated maintenance team. Both client and contractor are committed to continuing best horticultural and environmental practices.

 
Grounds Maintenance - Single Sites
Sponsored by:
Anders Plus
Winner: Wyevale Grounds Maintenance
Project: The Seafront Gardens, Eastbourne
Overview:

Picture postcard quality landscape maintained to a high order of excellence at this prestigious historic seafront. Both the client and the many day trippers and holidaymakers keen to see the famous ‘Carpet Gardens’ full of vibrant seasonal colour demand the very highest horticultural standards from the contractor. An ambitious programme of redevelopment and improvement has been ongoing in a collaborative approach between client and contractor, which also consults local residents in and around the seafront. Wyevale also assist in providing seasonal planting scheme designs and new plant ideas for the client to ensure a variety of interesting plants can be appreciated in the iconic Carpet Beds and promenade bank plantings. Not only is this site virtually weed free but litter doesn’t linger long either on these pristine gardens. Wyevale staff are to be congratulated for their work in helping to maintain such an important part of Eastbourne’s seafront heritage.

  
Use of Recycled Materials in Landscaping
Sponsored by:
British Recycled Products
Winner: C R Swift Landscaping Ltd
Project: Northala Fields, Northolt, Middlesex
Overview:

This scheme, designed by Peter Fink, is instantly recognisable as you drive along the A40 at Northolt and epitomises what land regeneration projects are all about. A derelict piece of land, several large demolition schemes close by (including the White City shopping area and the old Wembley Stadium), charge the demolition team to tip the inert waste on site, and the money raised pays for the landscaping; a simple idea brilliantly executed! Sorting and grading the crushed concrete pieces for over one mile of gabion baskets must have been both a heart and a back breaking job. There are currently four hills – the tallest of which is 26m high – with a fifth under discussion. The contractor can be enormously proud of this iconic landscaping project and their part in its creation.

  
Special Award
Sponsored by:
BALI
Winner: Crowley, Rebecca
Project: The Geoffrey Chalk Travel Scholarship
Overview:

The Geoffrey Chalk Travel Scholarship, which is funded by the Geoffrey Chalk Memorial fund, gives talented and enthusiastic landscapers or landscaping students the chance to expand their knowledge of a particular aspect of landscaping by travelling to countries across the world. Past recipients have elected to travel to North America, South Africa’s Cape region, to Japan, and to Europe, bringing their new-found knowledge back with them and passing it on to the wider UK landscape industry.

Newly qualified Garden Designer Rebecca Cowley, recipient of the 2009 Geoffrey Chalk Travel Scholarship, will stay in the UK to explore the wealth and diversity of garden and landscape design in mainland Britain, visiting a total of 39 locations in five trips. Through travelling to a variety of significant and interesting gardens she hopes to form a deeper understanding of all aspects of design, including scale, space, relationships to architecture and landscape, styles and fashions, and use of colour and hard and soft materials.

A Fine Arts graduate in addition to her Garden Art and Design Diploma, Rebecca was nominated for this scholarship by BALI award-winning designer and Board Director Christine Parsons. Rebecca hopes to forge a career “making beautiful and appropriate gardens that will age gracefully over time”. As she completes her ‘Grand Tour’ BALI members and students across the country will benefit from her experiences through regional presentations and articles in BALI Landscape News.

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