Dorset-based JPS Landscape Design has announced the opening of a new office on London’s South Bank.
As the reputation of the company continues to grow, a second base has become essential to effectively manage an increasing number of projects across London, the Home Counties and along the M3 corridor.
Located in the media and theatre hub of Waterloo, close to The Old Vic Theatre and within easy walking distance of Waterloo, Southwark and Blackfriars Tube stations, JPS is looking forward to welcoming new and existing clients to the contemporary London space.
Managing director Denise Wright said: “With the addition of our new London base, we want our clients to have an amazing journey with us from the very first time they visit our offices and experience the playful meeting areas, right through to the conclusion of their project. We are confident it will be a relationship they’ll cherish going forwards.”
Poole-based JPS has put in place ambitious development targets and in order to meet the company’s increasing needs, it is now also looking to draw high-calibre talent from across southern England.
“We hope to attract landscapers (both hard and soft), landscape architects and landscape designers in Southampton, Reading and London who, like us, genuinely want make the world a better and more beautiful place. So, if you’re looking to work for a company that’s the winner of 14 national industry awards and described by Pro Landscaper as ‘a highly inspirational practice’ then please get in touch,” said Wright.
JPS’s mission is to become the UK’s largest landscape architecture and landscape design practice. Its diverse portfolio spans 16 years and incorporates large-scale commercial and public-realm schemes across the UK.