Janine Pattison Studios outgrows its roots

Janine Pattison Studios (JPS) is relocating to a much larger freehold premises in Poole this spring following expansion.

The new JPS studio in Poole. Image: Supplied
The new JPS studio in Poole. Image: Supplied
The bright new space will incorporate a state-of-the-art landscape design studio, along with client consultation, conference and samples rooms. There will also be a team 'chaos' studio, for letting the creative juices flow with sculpture, model-making and painting.
The company aims to "facilitate better client servicing" with the move and give the JPS team more space to bring their ideas to life.

Managing director Denise Wright said: "I am delighted that we have now completed on our purchase of the new JPS Studios in Davis Road, Poole. The team looks forward to welcoming our clients, associates and suppliers to the launch party in March."

JPS is based in Bournemouth, Dorset and works on a wide range of residential, commercial and public realm projects.Services include landscape design, landscape plans for the purposes of supporting the planning process, planting plans, lighting plans, specification and tender packs, planting scheme installation and project management.

The company has won many landscape design awards, including the Express Newspapers' Landscape Of The Year 2014 and Urban Garden Of The Year 2014.

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