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Interior landscaping industry calls for rescue package

Plants@work has joined the likes of the HTA (Horticultural Trade Association) and BALI (British Association Of Landscape Industries) in sending a letter to the government requesting consideration for financial support. The letter is asking for additional funds to be put ...

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Office jungle  

Biophilic design is all about reconnecting human beings with nature. So why not get creative with your office planting and enjoy a walk on the wild side? says Kirsty Jones of Plant Designs There’s a growing body of research suggesting ...

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Combatting the January blues with nature  

Superstitious folk believe leaving a Christmas tree and other festive decorations up beyond the 12th day after Christmas day brings bad luck. But who’s to say you can’t brighten up the office with some greenery throughout the year? Keeping a fir ...

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Breathe easy

New evidence suggests indoor air quality directly contributes to staff productivity. We look at the ways a ventilation system can both enhance occupant comfort and contribute to a green infrastructure within buildings The recent shift in attitudes towards employee wellbeing ...

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Plants can make a big difference to your building efig Leaf award winners show how it’s done

What do you want from your building? Functionality, no H&S hazards and happy clients for starters? Are plants/interior landscaping part of your remit? efig’s Leaf award winning companies understand your concerns. Recently a new batch of 50 Leaf awards were given ...

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Andrews Heat for Hire assists in keeping £17m of rare plant species alive following gas leak

Leading hire company, Andrews Heat for Hire, was recently appointed by a leading botanic garden establishment, following a gas leak which had potentially devastating implications for a very large collection of living plants and flowers. The withdrawn gas supply was ...

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