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Interior Plantscape Association

Mission Statement

The Interior Plantscape Association mission statement outlines the commitment and ongoing support given to the industry.

Encourage professionalism and profitable Interior Plantscaping Industry, build industry support by promoting the benefits of indoor plants to the government, business and public sectors.  

Key Objectives

  • Encourage continual professional development within the industry
  • Actively support the research on the benefits of indoor plants 
  • Increase membership
  • Build industry awareness promoting the benefits of indoor plants to Government, Public and Private sectors
  • Provide a forum for communication within the industry

Code of Ethics

The code of ethics for the Interior Plantscape Association (IPA) include:

To uphold the objectives of the Association, encouraging a spirit of harmony and co-operation with fellow members and to promote and support the policies and principles of our Association.

To enhance and foster the professional and ethical practice in the rendering of my services to bring honour and dignity to the Interior Plantscape Industry.

To maintain the highest standard of honesty and integrity to my clients and fellow members.

To encourage educational development and training and the research into new methods and techniques to improve workmanship quality and ensure continued professional development (CPD).

To strenuously work for preservation of my industry to stimulate the free enterprise system and assist in the framing of legislative proposals for the benefit of my industry and those I serve.

To assume these responsibilities freely and mindful of my obligations to serve the Association and thus enrich the overall industry through dedication and service.

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Guest Blogger for IPA

Clair Hurford

Clair is a plant collector and enthusiast from Melbourne living in Singapore via Japan. Frequent relocation for her work has proven to Clair that a house is only truly a home once it’s plant-filled. Since moving to Singapore in 2018, Clair has discovered a particular interest in documenting Singapore’s Biophilic design and exploring the emerging field of the therapeutic benefits of living with greenery and enjoy sharing her stories and photos with Interior Plantscape Association members by supplying monthly blogs. You can reach Clair at:  clairh@gmail.com