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Allerdale Borough Council Appoints Tivoli as its Integrated Street Scene Contractor

Friday, 05 April 2019

Allerdale Borough Council Appoints Tivoli as its Integrated Street Scene Contractor

Tivoli is set to continue its 15-year collaboration with Allerdale Borough Council with the award of the Council’s Integrated Street Scene contract, which will see grounds maintenance and street cleansing services merge for the first time.  The contract commenced on 1st April 2019 and will run for an initial eight-year period with an option to extend for a further eight years.

Wellness and Biophilia Symposium - 6th - 7th June, BRE Watford

Tuesday, 02 April 2019

Wellness and Biophilia Symposium - 6th - 7th June, BRE Watford

How can nature-inspired design foster office occupant wellness? 

Hear from an array of speakers on biophilic design and the latest research in an immersive, interactive two-day event, including: 

 

Biotecture's Largest Living Wall

Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Biotecture's Largest Living Wall

McArthurGlen Ashford Designer Outlet

March 2019 - Chichester-based Biotecture has started work on what will be the UK’s largest hydroponic, sustainable, living wallproject – the living wall isplaying an integral part in the huge 9000 sq metre, expansion and development of the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet in Ashford, Kent.

 

It's the Begonia for April

Tuesday, 26 March 2019

It's the Begonia for April

April's houseplant of the month is the Begonia, a plant which we seldom consider for commercial interiors. But the enthusiasm with which the plant blooms means in practice that you can hardly see the plant for the flowers.

 

Balcony plant for 2019: The Bay Tree

Thursday, 21 March 2019

Balcony plant for 2019: The Bay Tree

Fabulous green foliage, a stately appearance and a simple shape make the Bay tree (scientific name: Laurus nobilis) a great addition to any balcony. The Bay blooms with white flowers which appear as umbels in the leaf axils and later become oval berries. Remaining green all through the year, its oval leaves feature a light vein, that looks like a feather. Bay is available in space-saving shapes (pillar, standard) which work well with the limited space available on a balcony. It can even be used to create a green hedge to hide a balustrade. And the leaves? They have a pleasant fragrance, and can also be used in cooking.

 

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