HortWeek launches Landscape Architecture Practices listing

For the first time, HortWeek has ranked some of the biggest players in the UK’s landscape architecture sector.

They range from stand-alone practices to those in large interdisciplinary firms in which landscape architecture is a large focus.

HortWeek has listed 20 companies in order of turnover (using publicly accessible sources including Companies House and company websites).

The report is available exclusively to HortWeek subscribers and includes key information on key projects and specialisms.

Go to Landscape Architecture Practices Listing 2022

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