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I agree totally, we joined back in 2009, the first Landscapers in South Wales , we met all the standards required and put in place other requirements we needed to, but the organisation did not seem to do anything for us to help our business. It made no difference to our new work.We were finalists in national tradesman competition, which we informed them of, good for them as well, nothing, no extra advertising, nothing in local papers, only from our media contacts. Very poor. We are no longer members as they did not give any further dimension to our business, it was our standrard of work that got our business, that got our membership and that has provided further opportunities. We don't need the APL.

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