25 October 2021
Westminster Stone @ FutureScape 2021
Find us at this years FutureScape - the UK’s largest landscape expo & trade event! Taking place at ExCeL London on the 16th & 17th November 2021. This year will see over 185 exhibitors, 100 guest speakers and 5000 visitors. The show offers informative seminars and live debates full of practical business advice and a chance to connect, share and collaborate. A must-visit for landscapers, garden designers and grounds maintenance workers – from start-ups, small and growing businesses to large organisations and practices.
Find us at stand K45 where you can find out more about our National Trust Paving Collection, along with our extensive range of Porcelain and Natural Stone. Whether you are looking for flooring or paving for period and listed properties or modern builds, we have something for every style and design need. We are also launching our trade customer accounts with tonnes of benefits including discounted paving and free samples and an introductory offer of £250 OFF your first order over £1000!
There are tonnes of exhibitors for everything home and garden. From outdoor kitchens to pools and nurseries to fire pits. See below for a full list of exhibitors.
Day 1 2:30pm
The Great Soil Debate
Top of your topsoil considerations should be its specification, standards, testing, sourcing and certification. Four of the UK’s top suppliers will discuss how to ensure the soil you select is certified, inspected and fit for purpose, as well as touching on new substrates, new legislation and new
Chair: Jim Wilkinson, Pro Landscaper
Four Designers: The Future of Landscape Design
Four prolific landscape designers will tackle the topical issues affecting their approaches to design
and specification. With 33 million gardeners and millions more embracing outdoor living and green
space, the relevance and importance of landscape design has never been greater and will help to
ensure the longevity of these spaces.
Chair: Peter Donegan, Peter Donegan Garden Design & Landscaping
Day 2 10am
Climate Change Ready? The Future of Sustainable Landscapes
The landscape sector has sustainability at its very core. Has there been an increase in demand for climate change-ready plants? What is the next ground-breaking development in sustainable materials? How is the sector preparing to meet the challenges and demands of its environmentally
conscious stakeholders? Get involved in the debate between key landscape influencers on the panel.
Chair: Ben West, Landscaping Solutions
Green is the New Grey: The Future of Supermarket Carparks
Pro Landscaper’s Green Up Campaign is committed to seeing more green and less grey in supermarket car parks. Over the last few months, it has seen key industry figures give their take, while offering tips for improving biodiversity. Panellists will explore why the campaign is needed, some key green solutions that can be implemented and how you can lend your voice to the campaign and champion change.
Chair: Rachael Forsyth, Pro Landscaper
Review of Futurescape 2021
Futurescape 2021 was buzzing, with lots of footfall and much bigger trade stands. Featuring huge stands from Talasey, Grillo and some of the landscape machinery companies. The vibe was fast-paced and frenetic with lots to see and explore. The seminars were fantastic and covered a wide range of topics that attracted large crowds each time. We were particularly interested in the topics on eco and sustainability, with a specific interest in planting trees, rewilding and creating wildflower beds. One of our company aims for the new year is to look into our carbon footprint and work with local businesses to get involved with rewilding and planting native trees. Find out about our current eco/ sustainability policies and aims going forward here.
Register For Tickets
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Royal Victoria Dock,
1 Western Gateway,
ExCeL is easily accessible from major routes including the M11, the North Circular (A406) and the A13 and there is onsite parking for over 3,000 vehicles.
Places to Visit
Why not make a real trip of it and go to some of the well known London attractions...
The London Eye
Situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, with imposing views over London, it is Europe’s largest Ferris wheel. The design was used as a metaphor for the end of the 20th century and time turning into the new millennium.
The Natural History Museum
As well as the exhibits, most notable being the Dinosaur collection, the museum is also a leading science research centre with over 350 scientists based there.
St Pauls cathedral
Designed by the world-renowned architect Sir Christopher Wren, notable services have included the launch of the Festival of Britain, The Diamond Jubilee for Queen Elizabeth and the wedding of the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer.
The Tower of London
Steeped in history dating back to its founder, William the Conqueror (1066-87), Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress is renowned for not only it’s bloody tales, but also for being a trusted home to the priceless Crown Jewels.
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