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Garden & Landscape Designers Association GLDA Contact Details

Telephone
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Fax
01 294 8043
Website
Contact
Annette McCoy
Email
Address
PO Box 10954
Dublin 18
County Co Dublin
Ireland

About Garden & Landscape Designers Association GLDA

The Garden and Landscape Designers Association (GLDA) is an association of qualified and experienced garden designers and landscape architects who are also plant experts, formed in 1995 to set and maintain the highest professional standards in the field in Ireland.

The GLDA is an association of qualified and experienced garden designers and landscape architects who are also plant experts, which was formed in 1995 to set and maintain the highest professional standards in the field. The founders believed there was a need for a truly professional umbrella organisation, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence, and that such an Association would bring immense benefits and security to the public, the designers and the future of garden-making and landscaping in Ireland.

Before becoming a Full Member, each applicant is rigorously assessed by an external panel of professionals, made up of acknowledged experts from the design, horticultural, and academic sides of the profession.

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Objectives
  • To set standards for garden and landscape design.
  • To raise public awareness of garden and landscape designers and the services they have to offer.
  • To liaise with relevant organisations in order to provide comprehensive education and ongoing training for members.
  • To facilitate the exchange of information between members, suppliers and the public.

What The GLDA Does
The faith of those early members was not misplaced. Within a few short years the GLDA has grown to become a dynamic force for good, which is now at the forefront of the revolution in Irish gardening. Through its ongoing training opportunities in drawing and surveying, its practical workshops and field trips, its intelligence gathering network, and most publicly, its highly acclaimed annual international design seminar, the GLDA disseminates new information on methods, techniques and current best practice in landscape design and horticulture, and has created a new demand for improved quality and increased availability of a much wider and more interesting selection of plants.

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Garden & Landscape Designers Association GLDA Serves The Following Areas

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