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 06-08 March 2018 / ExCeL, London

Green & Blue Infrastructure district is supported by:

  • British Association of Landscape Industries
  • The Edible Bus Stop
  • Landscape Institute

Part of the futurebuild districts...

The role of Green & Blue Infrastructure in 21st century construction has never been so important. 

Green & Blue Infrastructure, part of the futurebuild districts will present solutions in water management, external landscaping, biophilic design, biodiversity, green roof technologies and the growth of green and blue infrastructure as a building service to maximise occupier and community wellbeing.

As more of the UK’s population move into town and cities, Green Infrastructure will play a pivotal role within the communities of ecobuild.

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Full scale pocket park - The Hive

Full scale pocket park - The Hive

In partnership with The Edible Bus Stop – we are creating an urban green space set to inspire, excite and educate. This provides a unique opportunity for you to showcase your landscape materials and solutions in situ.

Present your products

Green Infrastructure Design Challenge

Green Infrastructure Design Challenge

This years’ design challenge wants entrants to consider what constitutes a healthy, productive and sustainable urban environment from both a building performance perspective and as an improvement of surrounding public spaces.

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CPD Accredited Seminars

CPD Accredited Seminars

Align your business with the three day Green & Blue Infrastructure seminar programme focusing on water management, urban greening and planning policy and guidance.

BALI Pavilion

BALI Pavilion

Central to the Green & Blue Infrastructure district the BALI Pavilion will showcasing member technologies and products. BALI was established to promote, support and inspire professional landscapers, designers, and landscape suppliers.

Confirmed exhibitors include:

“Ecobuild is an important show for BALI. It’s the first trade event in our calendar and provides the perfect platform to promote the association’s membership benefits and enquiry process directly with landscape architects, contractors, garden designers and specifiers. It’s encouraging to see the landscaping industry establishing stronger links with the building and construction sectors with the support our members provide to this professional show each year, from green roofs to urban street furniture. We are looking forward to working collaboratively with Futurebuild Events to provide our members and the wider landscape industry with better opportunities to promote their products and services with a dedicated landscaping zone in 2018.”

Darren Taylor, Marketing and Communications Manager, British Association of Landscape Industries

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