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Tickets for this year’s BALI National Landscape Awards, the largest landscaping Awards ceremony in Europe, are now on sale. With the Awards’ expert Adjudication Panel, led by Chair of the Adjudication Panel John Melmoe having completed their site visits for applicable schemes earlier this month and final deliberations set to take place on 27, 28 and 29 August, excitement levels are rising for the industry event of the year.

With a record number of entries submitted since 2009, the BALI Award Adjudicators have been busy over the summer judging schemes up and down the country, with early indications showing once again a very high standard of quality has been achieved.

Looking to attend at a discounted rate? Early bird tickets are available, priced at £175 per person (full price £195) or tables of 10 for £1,550 (full £1,750) and 12 £1,860 (full price £2,100) ex VAT respectively. The early bird rate is only available until 23 September, so act fast to take advantage of the saving.

The host for 2019, sport and lifestyle presenter Mark Durden-Smith, is looking forward to leading the ceremony on Friday 6 December at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London which also sees the return of Headline Sponsor Green-tech.

With over 1,000 members, guests and VIPs expected to attend, tickets will sell quickly on a first-come-first-served basis. To purchase your tickets, visit baliawards.co.uk.

Ticket prices

  • Individual place - £175.00 (early bird), £195 (full price)
  • Table of 10 - £1,550.00 (early bird), £1,750.00 (full price)
  • Table of 12 - £1,860.00 (early bird), £2,100.00 (full price)

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Agenda

Join us from 11am on the 6 December 2019 for the drinks reception followed by a delicious three-course luncheon and much-celebrated awards ceremony.

  • Drinks Reception - 11am
  • Luncheon and Awards - 12pm
  • Close – 4.30pm

Dress code - Business attire

For further information about the BALI National Landscape Awards 2019 please contact Leah Brookes on +44(0)24 7518 5613 or leah.brookes@bali.org.uk.

 

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