Working with other bodies within the landscape industry helps us to extend our reach to more and more people and inspire the continued use of natural stone as a hard landscaping material. Joining and working with some of the best associations in the market means that we can pass on our knowledge, build relationships and make a difference in the hard landscaping industry.
We take great pride in the quality of our specialist products and respect the industry that we supply to. Our accreditations reflect our high standards and our commitment to adhere to the correct processes, so you can be confident in the quality of our products and services. We are committed to supplying quality products and giving our customers a consistent and effective service.
To ensure that these commitments are constantly met, we hold an ISO 9001: 2015 certificate, an internationally recognised quality management system (QMS) for organisations that proves our ability to meet the needs of both our customers and our stakeholders.
We also hold an ISO 14001:2015 intended for use by an organization seeking to manage its environmental responsibilities in a systematic manner that contributes to the environmental pillar of sustainability.
Here at CED, we realise it’s not just a legal duty but also a responsibility and we are constantly striving to improve our working processes and habits to conserve and protect the environment.
The ETI is a leading alliance of commercial companies, Trade Unions and NGOs, that promotes respect for workers’ rights around the globe.
The British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) was established in 1972 as the UK’s representative trade association for the landscaping sector.
Established in 1899, the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) is the trade association for the UK gardening industry.
Stone Federation (GB)
The official trade association for the natural stone industry. The Stone Federation represents employers, liaises with government on legal affairs, health and safety, technical standards, craftsmanship, training and education.
The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) is an association within the HTA, established in 1995, and comprises of accredited landscape companies who design, build and maintain gardens throughout the UK.
Japanese Garden Society
The Japanese Garden Society (JGS) was founded in 1993 and welcomes amateurs, professional garden designers and horticultural lovers with an interest in the garden styles of Japan.
The Society of Garden Designers (SGD) have a rigorous membership acceptance process, meaning that their members are some of the leading names in the garden