• British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI)
    The British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) was established in 1972 as the UK’s representative trade association for the landscaping sector.
  • Federation of the European Play Industry (FEPI)
    A non-profit association at European level comprising European-based companies and European national play industries federations.
  • Fields In Trust (FIT) - formally NPFA
    Fields in Trust (FIT) is the only independent UK wide organisation dedicated to protecting and improving outdoor sports and play spaces and facilities.    
  • Health & Safety Executive (HSE)
    The Health and Safety Commission is responsible for health and safety regulation in Great Britain. The Health and Safety Executive and local government are the enforcing authorities who work in support of the Commission.
  • Institute for Sport, Park and Leisure (ISPAL)
    ISPAL (The Institute for Sport, Parks and Leisure) isa new, professional membership body for a fast growing, buoyant industry.They are formed from two previous bodies of repute, ILAM (The Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management) and NASD (The National Association of Sports Development).
  • International Play Equipment Manufacturers Association
    Represents and promotes an open market for manufacturers of playground equipment and surfacing. IPEMA is a non-profit, membership, trade association and also provides a third party Product Certification services for US and Canadian public play equipment.
  • London Play
    London Play's aim is for every child in London to have high quality, accessible & inclusive play opportunities.London Play supports & co-ordinates out-of-school play services across the capital, and campaigns for all London children's right to play.
  • National Children's Bureau (NCB)
    Founded in 1963, NCB is a charitable organisation that acts as an umbrella body for organisations working with children and young people in England & Northern Ireland.

  • Playboard Northern Ireland 
    Promoting the importance of play for all children in Northern Ireland
  • Play England
    Play England aims for all children and young people in England to have regular access to and opportunity for free, inclusive, local play provision and play space.

  • Play Scotland
    Play Scotland works to promote the importance of play for all children and young people, and campaigns to created increased play opportunities in the community. Play Scotland are working towards making the child’s right to play a reality in Scotland.  
  • Play Wales
    The national organisation for play in Wales. Provides advice, support and guidance with an interest in children's play in Wales.  
  • Register of Play Inspectors (RPII)
    The RPII is the first Euoropean Register for Inspectors involved with children's play provision and safety for those wishing to pursue a career in this area of work.
  • Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA)
    The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a registered charity established over 80 years ago and aims to campaign for change, influence opinion, contribute to debate, educate and inform - for the good of all.
  • Skills Active
    SkillsActive is the Sector Skills Council for Active Leisure, Learning and Well-being working with the sport, fitness, playwork, the outdoors and caravan sub-sectors.

  • The Association of Professional Landscapers
    The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) comprises accredited landscape companies who design, build and maintain gardens throughout the UK.

  • The Federation of Sports and Play Associations (FSPA)
    The FSPA is the national trade body representing many aspects of the UK's sport and play industries, with 16 trade associations and 4 affiliate associations under the FSPA umbrella.

  • The Horticultural Trade Association
    The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) is the trade association for the UK garden industry. It is dedicated to helping develop the industry and its member businesses, including most garden centres and other garden retailers, growers, landscapers, manufacturers and suppliers.
  • The Play Providers Association (PPA)
    The PPA is a trade association launched under the umbrella of Federation of Sports and Play Associations which aims to promote, develop and protect the interests of all businesses engaged in providing enclosed play facilities.