We would be happy to discuss your project and offer advice on how a landscape architect could enhance your project’s design brief.  Our projects include appointments for many different stages: some from early project inception and briefing, others for master-planning and planning applications, detailed design, tender and site inspections.  We offer a full landscape consultancy service for all design stages (in line with the RIBA stages of work) across a range of specialisms:

·  Public parks, squares + gardens

·  Historic landscapes, conservation + adaptive reuse

·  Residential

·  Schools + higher education

·  Landscape strategy + masterplanning

·  Integrating development within sites of ecological, historical and cultural importance

·  Community participation

·  Site survey, landscape and visual impact assessment

·  Habitat creation

·  Outdoor learning

·  Natural play

·  Techniques for sustainable design + construction

·  Specialised planting for woodlands, wetlands + urban roofs

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L   Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S  +  A F F I L I A T I O N S

Forum Landscape Architects is a Registered Practice of the Landscape Institute and Affiliate Member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment.

lucyj2Lucy Jenkins is principal of the practice, which has been completing landscape consultancy projects in a range of sectors for 14 years, since incorporation in 2003.  Lucy is a fully qualified member of the Chartered Landscape Institute UK and has worked in the UK, Europe and USA. She holds Masters qualifications in Landscape Architecture (University of Edinburgh) and Landscape History (University of London) and a BA First Class Honours in French & Italian (Queen’s College, University of Oxford).

Lucy has expertise in field survey techniques, with training in biological recording, habitat survey and plant identification. She received excellent training at Townshend Landscape Architects and Elizabeth Banks Associates, where her key projects included Horniman Museum & Gardens and University of London’s Torrington Square. In 2000, she set up the landscape unit at John McAslan + Partners.

Lucy Jenkins was awarded the Geoffrey Jellicoe Landscape Scholarship in 2005.