Elwood Landscape Design recruits Abby Jones for marketing and quality control

Suffolk-based Elwood Landscape Design (ELD) has appointed a new associate landscape architect.

Abby Jones will work with managing director Ruth Elwood and will be responsible for project and team management, quality control and marketing.

She brings experience in landscape design and planning in the house-building and commercial sectors, ranging from managing projects from an initial concept through the planning system to completion of construction.

Currently registered with the Landscape Institute as a mentor, taking candidates through the Pathway to Chartership process, Jones also serves as a committee member of the East of England Branch of the Landscape Institute.

She said: "This is a great career opportunity for me to work alongside Ruth Elwood, while gaining valuable experience within a vibrant, forward-thinking practice."

ELD has recently completed work on a sensory garden at Cambridgeshire's Hinchingbrooke Hospital children's unit, as well as plans for a series of racing stables in Newmarket.


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