Landscape Planner / Architect
The Paul Hogarth Company make a difference by designing spaces and places with people and the environment at their heart. As a studio of landscape architects, urban designers and landscape planners, we work on a broad, varied and exciting range of projects in sensitive urban and rural contexts that demand high quality design.
To support the growth and expanding workload of our Landscape planning team, and to help further shape the direction and opportunities of this area of practice within the company, we are seeking an experienced Landscape Planner / Architect.
The landscape planning team enjoy a breadth and diversity of work and specialise in applying LVIA thinking and processes early in projects rather than retrospectively. We work closely with a wide range of developers and have provided robust advice and assessment work in relation to new distillery developments, tall buildings, mixed use developments, tourism and leisure projects and mineral sites.
Our work has taken us to many spectacular parts of the UK and Ireland, and we have been involved in ambitious projects within highly sensitive landscape / townscape contexts including designated urban and rural World Heritage Sites, National Parks and National Scenic Areas.
Landscape planning work and advice extends to other projects within the company, and outside of project commitments you will have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of exciting public realm, masterplanning, historic landscape and visitor experience projects.
We are looking for a team player with creative flair, versatility, and a genuine passion for making a difference. Whilst we will consider applicants with a wide range of experience, a keen interest in landscape planning work, sound technical knowledge and a proven track record in assessment/appraisal work including the production of landscape/townscape and visual impact assessments, is required.
Our key requirements are:
• Degree/Diploma in Landscape Architecture or closely related discipline;
• Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (or working towards chartership), or equivalent;
• Technical competence in preparing LVIA/TVIA and evidence-base documents in accordance with best practice;
• Excellent written English skills;
• Fluency in English and ability to communicate effectively;
• Excellent organisational skills in order to manage a complex and varied workload;
• Good computing and IT skills (including Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe photoshop/ InDesign in particular);
• A right to work in the U.K. (essential).
Experience in undertaking technical photography in accordance with LI Technical Guidance Note 06/19 – Visual Representation of Development Proposals, and other best practice guidance, is highly desirable.
The role will be based out of our South Queensferry, Edinburgh studio, but you will also work closely with the wider team that are spread across studios in Belfast and Dublin. Flexible/hybrid working will be considered depending on experience. As is the nature of landscape planning work, occasional site visits will be required, and project work may require an occasional visit to our Belfast and Dublin studios.
If you are interested in this position, we would love to hear from you.
For further information and to apply, please send your CV, folio and a cover letter to [email protected]