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Chartered / Senior / Principal Landscape Architect
Newcastle
,
North East
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£30,000 - £50,000
Permanent

Rapidly expanding, award-winning client based in Gateshead

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are currently seeking an experienced Landscape Architect to join our rapidly expanding, award-winning client based in Gateshead. We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in LVIA’s, conservation, and historic restoration. Successful applicants will play a key role in the entire development process of the planning and design, taking on responsibilities such as project management, report writing, and close collaboration with the internal team and external consultants.

Additionally, there will be opportunities to contribute to a variety of design projects spanning all stages of planning, design, and implementation. Our clients diverse portfolio encompasses projects in urban regeneration, historic landscape restoration, healthcare, play, landscape and visual assessment, and master-planning.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Oversee production and timely delivery of assigned work, managing both individual and team responsibilities.
  • Handle project inception, quoting, briefing, and deadline delivery, allocating tasks, and tracking progress for departmental projects.
  • Conduct on-site data gathering, prepare plans and reports, ensuring compliance with RIBA work stage requirements and completing QA processes.
  • Provide reports, progress updates, and advice to clients, conducting site visits, surveys, and various meetings.
  • Manage health and safety processes, including risk registers and audits, and contribute to related reports.
  • Prepare landscape management plans, masterplans, concept plans, and various design documents.
  • Produce construction details, specifications, and schedules, as well as quantity and cost estimates.
  • Conduct site audits, snagging, and reporting, ensuring compliance with QA processes before work issuance.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams, considering ecological and arboricultural factors in proposals.

 

What makes you good at your job:

  • CMLI (ideally minimum of 2 years post Chartership)
  • Talented individual and a good team player who is well organised
  • Enthusiastic, friendly and adaptable personality, and keen to learn new skills
  • Able to work independently and pro-actively, as well as within the team
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Good knowledge of the English planning system
  • Landscape assessment and photographic skills
  • Conservation and historic restoration experience preferred
  • Experience of working directly with clients and other consultants
  • Proven track record of delivering excellence
  • Ability to work effectively and manage project teams
  • Strong software skills in AutoCAD, Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Driving licence preferred
  • Relevant permits for working in the UK

Why work here:

5 minutes from the Tyne Bridge and Quayside, boasts great transport links with office hours 9am -5pm. Our client prioritizes staff well-being with flexible working arrangements, staff initiatives, and office upgrades. The team enjoys social events and they offer competitive salaries, LI subscriptions, CPD, 25 days annual leave, pension contributions, Cycle to Work scheme, and well-being initiatives. Up to two days a week wfh after successful completion of probation period.

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Chartered Landscape Architect
Norwich
,
East of England
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Established, multi-disciplinary consultancy, working on a wide variety of projects types.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are seeking a certified Landscape Architect to join a well-established consultancy with robust revenue streams, expanding their London or South-East Landscapes team. Collaborating closely with the team's Associate, you will ensure efficient and professional project delivery that aligns with client expectations. Additionally, your role will involve assisting with fee proposals and other deliverables.

 

The growing Landscape Architectural team is an integral part of a large UK multi-disciplinary practice with six offices nationwide, engaging in diverse projects across various sectors, including residential development, education, public realm, healthcare, and commercial areas. Effective communication, collaboration, and self-motivation are crucial qualities for success in this dynamic environment.

 

As part of your responsibilities, you will craft landscape design schemes, generate comprehensive reports, manage projects, provide support and guidance to team members, participate in project-specific meetings with clients and consultants, and drive actions toward agreed-upon business objectives.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Prepare landscape design schemes, write reports, and project manage.
  • Manage production and deadlines for assigned work individually or as part of a team.
  • Undertake site inspections, boundary surveys, site appraisals, and data analysis.
  • Prepare Landscape Management Plans, Measured Works, Cost estimates, and other deliverables within RIBA stages 2-5.
  • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to ensure coordinated proposals.
  • Execute RIBA stages 5-6 work, including site auditing and reporting.
  • Conduct site meetings, planning meetings, public consultation meetings, and design team meetings.
  • Manage health and safety risk registers, derogations schedules, and auditing processes.
  • Perform other landscape architectural design duties as required.
  • Foster strong client relationships and loyalty through effective communication and support.

      

 What makes you good at your job:

  • Ideally you will have experience of working within a Building Information Modelling (BIM) environment, and Revit/ AutoCAD user plus knowledge of FormIt would be an additional benefit
  • You should have great technical knowledge, quality presentation skills, and have excellent report writing abilities with the use of the Adobe Creative Suite, NBS Chorus, Publisher, and good hand sketching
  • You will play a central role in client management and satisfaction, maintaining and growing existing relationships, while identifying future opportunities
  • You should be great at advising clients and project teams on relevant landscape matters for planning, landscape management, and biodiversity
  • You should adapt to contributing to fee agreements by setting out the scope of service to be delivered on each project       

 

You are:

  • You are a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (ideally at least 3 years post Chartership) or confident candidates with suitable experience who are on the Pathway to Chartership
  • You are experienced in leading all stages of designing and delivering multiple projects on-site
  • You have excellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate competently and confidently
  • You are independent, highly organised, and technically proficient who is proactive with a can-do attitude

  

Why work here:

Offering a vibrant workplace the growing team provides an inspiring environment, they emphasize career growth, training, and comprehensive benefits. Offering up to two days a week working from home, a generous leave allowance with flexibility to buy annual leave, contributory pension, CPD/ training support, cycle to work scheme, employee recognition/reward scheme, company financed healthcare cashback plan, professional subscription, business mileage, employee assistance and more.

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Chartered Landscape Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£40,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Established, multi-disciplinary consultancy, working on a wide variety of projects types.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are seeking a certified Landscape Architect to join a well-established consultancy with robust revenue streams, expanding their London or South-East Landscapes team. Collaborating closely with the team's Associate, you will ensure efficient and professional project delivery that aligns with client expectations. Additionally, your role will involve assisting with fee proposals and other deliverables.

 

The growing Landscape Architectural team is an integral part of a large UK multi-disciplinary practice with six offices nationwide, engaging in diverse projects across various sectors, including residential development, education, public realm, healthcare, and commercial areas. Effective communication, collaboration, and self-motivation are crucial qualities for success in this dynamic environment.

 

As part of your responsibilities, you will craft landscape design schemes, generate comprehensive reports, manage projects, provide support and guidance to team members, participate in project-specific meetings with clients and consultants, and drive actions toward agreed-upon business objectives.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Prepare landscape design schemes, write reports, and project manage.
  • Manage production and deadlines for assigned work individually or as part of a team.
  • Undertake site inspections, boundary surveys, site appraisals, and data analysis.
  • Prepare Landscape Management Plans, Measured Works, Cost estimates, and other deliverables within RIBA stages 2-5.
  • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to ensure coordinated proposals.
  • Execute RIBA stages 5-6 work, including site auditing and reporting.
  • Conduct site meetings, planning meetings, public consultation meetings, and design team meetings.
  • Manage health and safety risk registers, derogations schedules, and auditing processes.
  • Perform other landscape architectural design duties as required.
  • Foster strong client relationships and loyalty through effective communication and support.

      

 What makes you good at your job:

  • Ideally you will have experience of working within a Building Information Modelling (BIM) environment, and Revit/ AutoCAD user plus knowledge of FormIt would be an additional benefit
  • You should have great technical knowledge, quality presentation skills, and have excellent report writing abilities with the use of the Adobe Creative Suite, NBS Chorus, Publisher, and good hand sketching
  • You will play a central role in client management and satisfaction, maintaining and growing existing relationships, while identifying future opportunities
  • You should be great at advising clients and project teams on relevant landscape matters for planning, landscape management, and biodiversity
  • You should adapt to contributing to fee agreements by setting out the scope of service to be delivered on each project       

 

You are:

  • You are a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (ideally at least 3 years post Chartership) or confident candidates with suitable experience who are on the Pathway to Chartership
  • You are experienced in leading all stages of designing and delivering multiple projects on-site
  • You have excellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate competently and confidently
  • You are independent, highly organised, and technically proficient who is proactive with a can-do attitude

  

Why work here:

Offering a vibrant workplace the growing team provides an inspiring environment, they emphasize career growth, training, and comprehensive benefits. Offering up to two days a week working from home, a generous leave allowance with flexibility to buy annual leave, contributory pension, CPD/ training support, cycle to work scheme, employee recognition/reward scheme, company financed healthcare cashback plan, professional subscription, business mileage, employee assistance and more.

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Landscape Architect
Suffolk
,
East of England
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£30,000 - £40,000
Permanent

Design & Environmental Consultancy, offering excellent benefits and career prospects

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are in search of a Landscape Architect to join an experienced team. Your primary focus will involve collaboration with developers on expansive residential projects within a dynamic work environment. The team places a strong emphasis on professional growth, mentorship, and support, actively fostering enduring connections with clients, co-consultants, and contractors, particularly within the well-established residential development sector across the UK. With numerous large-scale residential projects currently in progress nationwide, this presents an outstanding opportunity to become an integral part of an expanding and thriving team.

 

As part of this role, you will be responsible for crafting landscape design schemes, generating comprehensive reports, managing projects, providing support and guidance to team members, participating in project-specific meetings with clients and consultants, and driving action towards agreed-upon business objectives.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Prepare landscape design schemes, write reports, and project manage.
  • Manage production and deadlines for assigned work individually or as part of a team.
  • Conduct site visits for data gathering and return to the office to prepare designs, plans, drawings, reports, etc.
  • Undertake site inspections, boundary surveys, site appraisals, and data analysis.
  • Prepare Landscape Management Plans, Measured Works, Cost estimates, and other deliverables within RIBA stages 2-5.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to ensure coordinated proposals.
  • Execute RIBA stages 5-6 work, including site auditing and reporting.
  • Conduct site meetings, planning meetings, public consultation meetings, and design team meetings.
  • Manage health and safety risk registers, derogations schedules, and auditing processes.
  • Perform other landscape architectural design duties as required.
  • Assist the CEO/Associate Director with fee quotes for new projects.
  • Provide technical guidance and support for efficient team productivity.
  • Attend project-related meetings with clients.
  • Foster strong client relationships and loyalty through effective communication and support.      

 

What makes you good at your job:

  • Minimum a degree or equivalent qualification in landscape design and a post graduate qualification or equivalent
  • A member of Landscape Institute or equivalent
  • Minimum 3 + years post-graduate experience.
  • Broad and varied report writing skills to a good speed and standard
  • Good project, site and task management experience
  • Good landscape design experience / skills/ knowledge
  • Knowledge of RIBA stages and UK Planning Policy
  • Competent CAD drafting skills
  • Excellent and varied IT Microsoft office skills

 

Why work here:

Offering a vibrant workplace in Suffolk, the growing team of 30 employees provides an inspiring environment. Located near Cambridge and London,they emphasize career growth, training, and comprehensive benefits. Serious about work-life balance they offer flexible, hybrid working options to accommodate individual preferences – upon satisfactory completion of probation and orientation.

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Landscape Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
up to £35,000
Permanent

Talented, design focused Landscape Architect required for this amazing, multi- award winning practice.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are seeking a talented Landscape Architect, with a strong design focus, to join this multi-award winning and growing practice.

This role offers a chance to contribute to the design of landscapes at all scales, from intimate domestic settings to expansive rural estates, and from small public realm spaces to extensive parklands, both within the UK and internationally. With a portfolio that includes high-profile projects, including many well-known London schemes, you'll be part of a team that embraces a thought-provoking design process, crafting landscapes that leave a lasting impact.

The successful candidate should ideally also have a BA (Hons) or Bsc (Hons) Undergraduate studies in Landscape Architecture, along with at least three years out in industry, working in a landscape practice. A working knowledge of BIM and construction detailing would be an advantage as well as a thirst for quality design.

 

What makes you good at your job:

Essential Requirements
  • Accomplished design, hand-sketching and graphic skills with the ability to communicate coherent and well-resolved ideas clearly
  • UK based project experience with good experience in all stages of design
  • Good knowledge of BIM and construction detailing
  • Proficiency in all relevant software packages including Revit
  • Excellent presentation skills and English language skills, both written and spoken
  • Ability to work well independently and under pressure.
  • Ability to put together a high-quality& comprehensive design report and technical drawing package.     

  

Why work here:

Providing a collaborative, stimulating, and inspiring working environment across two offices in the UK (London & Manchester), where there are currently over 40 employees.

They offer excellent opportunities for career progression, further training, and a comprehensive list of enticing benefits.

Additionally, they believe in promoting work-life balance and are proud to offer all their staff the flexibility of hybrid working, allowing them to work from home two days a week.

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Project Landscape Architect
London
,
London
United Kingdom
Salary
Rate
£35,000 - £45,000
Permanent

Opportunity to join this leading practice which is at the forefront of landscape design.

Hybrid
Hybrid working offered
Remote working offered

What is your role:

We are looking for a design-led Project Landscape Architect with demonstrable planting knowledge and at least three years’ post-graduate experience to join a friendly, hard-working, and collaborative team.

An award-winning leading landscape architecture practice which has received public acclaim for creating engaging and beautiful spaces around the world.

Project Landscape Architects at this practice undertake the full scope of landscape architecture duties on their projects and are involved from inception to completion. Supported and guided by senior colleagues and a partner, they work on design, planting, detailing, as well as supporting cost estimating, preparation of contract and tender documentation, tendering and administration of contracts and all works on site to completion. This role is also suitable for an Architect with experience in Landscape Architecture.

What makes you good at your job:

Essential Requirements:
  • ambition, talent, and a desire to develop into a strong and independent project lead, managing medium to large-sized landscape projects
  • accomplished design, hand sketching and graphic skills with the ability to communicate coherent and well-resolved ideas clearly
  • at least three years’ post-graduate experience, with good experience in all stages of design
  • good plant knowledge and experience in planting design
  • proficiency in all relevant software packages (Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Office 365). Competency in 3d modelling using Rhino would be preferable
  • able to undertake Task Team Manager level BIM responsibilities
  • excellent English language skills, both written and spoken
  • demonstrable experience of the day-to-day running of a small to medium project and managing a project team
  • confidence in liaising with clients, contractors and other professionals, and the ability to develop strong relationships with them
  • commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity in all working practices
  • a team player approach, willing to assist others, and to share and contribute to the learning outcomes of the whole practice

Why work here-:

Offering a collaborative, stimulating and inspiring working environment from the studio near Camden Town in London, with a regular CPD schedule throughout the year, design review sessions, and the opportunity to work on prestigious projects in the UK and worldwide, ensuring an extensive and diverse career experience. They offer all staff hybrid working and TOIL, a company pension, annual training allowances, financial support and study leave for advancing professional qualifications, a cycle scheme and tech scheme, and an active social calendar.

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