About FutureScape

Welcome to FutureScape Spring 2023, the UK’s must-attend leading landscaping event and a vital addition to the landscape industry calendar for eight years.

This year, FutureScape is back, but with a difference. It’s still the same intense and informal two-day show with seminars and sessions full of practical business advice and a chance to connect, share, collaborate and learn – right at the very heart of UK landscaping. But, we’ve moved to a purpose-built exhibition centre, the world-leading ExCeL in London, and have added an extra day to the show.

Connecting landscapes, FutureScape Spring 2023 is an unmissable event to experience every aspect of landscaping with every segment of the industry, all in one place.  A true celebration of UK landscaping, the event brings the landscape community together as one to connect, collaborate, share experiences and bounce ideas off each other.

You’ll be in good company, with hundreds of like-minded professionals exhibiting, attending and speaking – and not just the usual faces either.  A meeting place and information hub; bring your colleagues and associates to view the latest products, materials, technology and services that matter to you in your landscape realm.

Make strong and valuable connections for the future development of landscaping, landscape and garden design and grounds maintenance – from start-ups, small and growing businesses to large organisations and practices, all hungry to learn.

The next FutureScape exhibition will take place on 14-15 March 2023 at NEC Birmingham.  Free to attend, with easy access by road and rail from London and further afield, it’s your chance to reach out and connect with your landscaping community.

FutureScape: The UK’s must-attend landscaping trade event.

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The history of FutureScape

For the past 10 years, FutureScape has been the UK’s must-attend landscaping event. Working as a meeting place and information hub, FutureScape has enabled business professionals across the UK to make strong and valuable connections for the future and development of landscaping.

Back in 2012, the first FutureScape event took place at Kempton Park. It attracted 35 exhibitors and 350 visitors.

In 2014, the event moved to Sandown Park Racecourse due to rapid growth in the event’s popularity. After the success in 2012, more space was needed to accommodate the increased demand.

Then, in 2016, an additional exhibition hall was added. This created 50% more space on the floor, and FutureScape was able to hold 144 exhibitors and 1,765 visitors!

By 2018, 2,478 visitors attended FutureScape, and in 2019, the event was shortlisted in three categories for the 2019 EN Indy Awards. Director Jamie Wilkinson also received Best Show Director for FutureScape at the Honourable Artillery Company.

During 2020, however, things changed a little. COVID-19 meant that the event could not take place in its usual way, and so FutureScape was held virtually. Despite this, the event was unmissable. Over 3,000 industry professionals still logged in for the three-day event and it was the first ever digital exhibition in the UK’s landscaping industry.