About LNA Master Landscapers Association
LNA Masters Landscapers Association was formed in 1979 with an aim to raise the public perception of the Landscape Industry via increased quality in landscape construction works. Instrumental in the development of the first and then subsequent tailored and now nationally recognised landscape specific trade and diploma courses, LNA Masters Landscapers Association is enmeshed in governmental dialogue in furthering career paths for young industry professionals.
The LNA has seen innovative changes in technique on landscape sites and has encouraged its Membership to advance work practices through changing technologies. It was LNA Members who constructed and regenerated many well known landscape sites around greater Sydney and within our nations' capital. The Association, now highly regarded has earned the respect of the construction industry, government bodies and other associated professionals.
LNA Masters Landscapers Association will further the professional and personal growth of its members and promote quality landscape services. The LNA realise the importance and significance of supporting businesses and the benefits to contractors of membership with the Landscape Association to further develop and grow the broader industry.
From these humble beginnings, the Association and the industry has undergone significant change including name changes and membership growth but the original aims and passions for the industry remain true.
Goverance & Corporate Objectives
The Corporate Objective of LNA Masters Landscapers Association is:
"To build, lead and manage relationships to deliver optimum membership benefits".
The role of the LNA Board is to represent its Members and promote and protect the interests of the Company. It does so by governing the Group.
Click here to read the LNA Masters Landscapers Association Constitution and Governance documents.
"To build, lead and manage relationships to deliver optimum membership benefits"