Jane is a Chartered Landscape Architect with over 10 years’ experience working in private practice with a commercial background. She holds an MA(hons) in Landscape Architecture from Edinburgh College of Art.
Jane’s extensive experience includes project management and co-ordination of LVIA and EcIA, landscape surveys and assessments, preparation of landscape strategies and masterplans, detailed landscape design and specifications and on-site contract management for a comprehensive range of projects in the residential, commercial, leisure, public realm, health and retail sectors in a variety of rural and urban development sites across Scotland.
After maintaining the position of Associate at Brindley Associates Ltd and leading a team of landscape architects for a number of years, Jane is now consolidating her experience and skills in a freelance capacity with a clear focus on exemplary landscape design, considered implementation and independent landscape consultation offering landscape and urban design services for all stages of the planning and construction process.
The experience Jane brings from working with all the major national and local housebuilders, housing associations, care home providers, developers and local authorities throughout Scotland is the foundation to her new business. Particular highlights include Linlithgow’s Public Realm Design Guide; Glasgow Commonwealth Village 60 Bed Care Home; Richmond Park, Oatlands in Glasgow for Avant Homes and GCC DRS; The Victoria Infirmary, Battlefield in Glasgow for Sanctuary Group and Rosetta Holiday Park and Housing Allocation in Peebles for Savills.
She is a published contributor to ‘The Architect in Practice’ Book 10th and 11th edition; project Landscape Architect for Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games Athletes Village winner of Saltire Society’s Housing in the Landscape Award 2016 and Landscape Architect for Cameron Gardens, Bilston for Taylor Wimpey East Scotland which has been recognised as one of the best examples of development design throughout all of TW regions in the UK.