What should you do if the brief your client has supplied isn't good enough?

Having a clear brief at the start of a design project is essential to delivering successful landscape services.

by Jez Abbott
Peter Wilder Associates: important for the creative team to take sufficient time to prepare a detailed design brief - image: Peter Wilder Associates
Peter Wilder Associates: important for the creative team to take sufficient time to prepare a detailed design brief - image: Peter Wilder Associates

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