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Graduate Landscape Architect

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25d ago

💼 Graduate Job


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  • You should have a relevant degree, post-grad qualif, 6-18 months exp, basic knowledge of UK planning and design software, and be a flexible, creative, enthusiastic problem solver.
  • You will assist in preparing drawings, presentations, and reports, coordinate project tasks, conduct research, support fieldwork, and engage in design exercises and drafting.

Graduate Job

Architecture & Urban PlanningLondon


  • We are looking for a talented Graduate Landscape Architect with strong graphic skills and direct design implementation experience to join our exciting and creative studio in London. If you are a recent Landscape Architecture graduate who is passionate about the profession and looking to grow your knowledge and skills with hands on exposure to large-scale projects across the UK and Internationally then please apply.


  • A relevant degree and post-graduate qualification in Landscape Architecture.
  • Student licentiate member of LI (or equivalent) working towards
  • joining P2C.
  • 6 - 18 months of professional working experience in the sector.
  • Basic knowledge of the UK planning system, planning guidance and policy context and landscape planning processes.
  • Basic understanding of the technical standards and regulations pertinent to our industry.
  • Exposure to how a professional practice operates and an understanding of what it is to be a Landscape Architect.
  • Sound working knowledge of software packages related to design.
  • Sound-written, hand-drawn and verbal communication skills.
  • Essential skills:
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • Resilient
  • Creative thinker
  • Problem solver
  • Interested in learning
  • Enthusiastic and driven
  • Passionate
  • Self-motivated

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Architecture & Urban Planning


  • Assisting in the preparation of presentation materials in a range of mediums.
  • Assist in the preparation of drawings/packages of drawings for planning and building control approval, tender and construction purposes.
  • Attend and assist in preparation for internal and external meetings.
  • Coordinate certain tasks or elements of a project.
  • Develop and prepare sketch work and illustrative materials.
  • Drafting of reports or sections within a report.
  • Proactive role in the maintenance of project files, printing, scanning drawings and preparing drawing issues.
  • Research project briefs, precedents, case studies, materials and construction products.
  • Support landscape assessment fieldwork and surveys & assist with landscape planning documents such as LVIA, TVIA, LVA, and landscape studies, including appendices.
  • Undertake design exercises and creative concept work.
  • Undertake drafting, setting up and amending drawings in accordance with CAD standards.


Work type

Full time

Work mode





  • A competitive salary with a range of benefits
  • A ‘flexi-hours’ scheme to allow for a healthy work-life balance.
  • Hybrid working - 2 days a week working from home and 3 days in the office.
  • An exciting and creative office with frequent social activities