Kings Hill, near Maidstone in Kent, has been recognized for its ‘landscape first’ policy, winning a gold for ‘Business Landscape of the Year’ and a silver gilt award in the in the ‘Village/Town/City Centre’ category of the 2016 South & South East in Bloom competition, Affirming the development to be one of the most attractive places to live and work in the UK.
This is a fitting accolade to also mark Coblands Landscapes twentieth year of providing landscape construction and grounds maintenance services at Kings Hill for the site developers, Liberty Property Trust UK.
We are proud of the recognition this award gives to the team effort made by all concerned: our Client Liberty; Landscape Consultant Susan Deakin; the Kings Hill community and Ourselves as contractor.
The South and South East in Bloom judges, who included TV gardener Jim Buttress, noted ‘the well-designed landscaping and beautiful surroundings, combined with the excellent choices and variety of plants offering impact and creating colour and interest throughout the year’.
Left to right: The judging – Nick Freeman, site manager Coblands Landscapes; Susan Davies, Liberty Property Trust; Susan Deakin, ecology consultant; Jim Buttress and Ian White, both South and South East in Bloom judges and Colin Viccars, managing director Coblands Landscapes.
Accreditations and Memberships: Coblands Landscapes are founder members of British association of Landscape Industries (BALI) we hold numerous awards from BALI Annual National Landscape Awards. We are also SSIP accredited and are members of the Landscape Training Group.