Associate Landscape Architect

Associate Landscape Architect

London/Manchester

£45-55k DOE

As our Associate Landscape Consultant, you’ll be a regional lead in your area, managing projects and clients while also contributing to business development.

  • Provide initial due diligence and design development advice
  • Produce Landscape/Townscape Visual Impact Appraisals and Assessments
  • Prepare landscape strategy, framework and rebuttal documents
  • Engage with our team of partners and employees across the UK, harmonising with junior members to seamlessly steer through the regional workload.

We value innovation over convention; the usual route isn’t always our chosen path. We care deeply and celebrate loudly. We’re one big family always looking for the next big opportunity. Every day is a blend of meaningful work, good laughs, and honest conversations. If you thrive in this kind of setting, then you’ll fit right in.

And it’s not just about us – it’s about making waves in our field and communities. Together, we’re on a mission to elevate standards across our profession and the communities we serve.

We’re looking for an Associate Landscape Consultant who:

  • Has a minimum of 6 years of experience working as a landscape planner
  • Has an academic qualification in landscape architecture, geography or a similar environmental discipline
  • Is a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (or equivalent experience)
  • Is confident in working on Landscape/Townscape Visual Impact Appraisals and Assessments, including Environmental Statement Chapters
  • Has commercial awareness and experience in business development
  • Has experience of working in a multi-disciplinary master planning team
  • Is confident in both project and client management
  • Has strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Is capable of mentoring younger team members and motivating a team
  • Is in alignment with our company values
  • Has a full UK driving licence

As a company, our client are different and operate differently in so many ways. Getting the life/work balance right is important to them hence why they are one of the companies who have trialled (and now made permanent) a 4 day week.

4 days work, 5 days salary, what’s not to like!