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Assistant & Senior Landscape Architect - Suffolk

£25,000 - £45,000
Our Client is an Award Winning Multi-Disciplinary Practice of Planners, Landscape Architects and Environmental Consultants with 2 UK offices.

Due to expansion of their Hampshire office they are looking for An Assistant Landscape Architect (£25 to £28k) and a Senior Landscape Architect (£35 to 40K) to join their team.

They offer an excellent benefits package including pension, additional holiday, car parking, payment of institute fees and would always encourage and provide mentorship for any candidates looking to embark on Pathway to Chartership.

The office in question work in the following areas;
Strategic Land Development
Public Realm
High End Residential Garden Design
Public/ private spaces around buildings

For a company portfolio and additional information on either of these roles and immediate consideration, please contact Adam at W5 Resourcing Associates for a confidential discussion.

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