Who Are We
The UK Lawn Care Association (UKLCA) was created to support and develop a group of professional Independent Lawn Care Companies throughout the UK.
The association invests in training events, health and safety and best practice initiatives so as an independent business you can be confident that you have an affordable opportunity to invest in your business and staff ensuring you stay ahead of the latest knowledge and practices with the collective support of the UK’s top lawn care groups.
More about the UKLCA
The Association is supported by Industry leading manufacturers as sponsors, they recognise the importance of the UKLCA and its objectives.
Sponsors provide their support and expertise to collectively help you develop your individual businesses with the best and latest advice.
Displaying your UKLCA ‘Member’ logo is a valuable marketing tool, combined with preferential rates and support for BASIS Lawn Assured, together it communicates to your customers you take pride to offer higher standards.
We are a founder member of the Amenity Forum Lawn Care Group and our Amenity Forum membership enables you to promote your buisness as The Amenity Standard approved. This is a UK standard designed to reassure the public of the safety and effectiveness of methods used for weed, pest and disease management.
Your buisness will be listed on our established website helping consumers find you. The association invests in SEO to support our members which in turn helps grow their business.
Could being part of the UK Lawn Care Association help grow your business, then why not become a member.
Reasons to join the UKLCA
There are many reasons for joining the UKLCA, our members tell us the biggest benefit is networking with like-minded independent business.
You may be a start up or an established multi van business, we are confident that the Association will add value to your business, how because our members tell us.
Explore 12 reasons to join the UKLCA.
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Need more information?
Contact the Association Secretary on 01926 650391 or firstname.lastname@example.org.