James Jackson is an Urban Designer & Landscape Architect with over 20 years’ experience in a diverse range of projects in landscape architecture, design and planning throughout the UK including public, private and charitable sectors. James understands that it is not always about having a great vision, but its always about how the vision fits and can it be delivered and afforded to be managed and maintained to keep delivering year after year.
James's enthusiasm and experience in dealing with a wide range of stakeholders of all ages, backgrounds, experience and requirements enables him to provide valuable contributions to delivering projects with successful outcomes through balancing economic resources, stakeholder / client requirements and expectations through excellent communication skills, whilst having an in-depth technical knowledge and understanding of design and development of the external landscape.
MA Urban Design, University of Sheffield - Department of Architecture
Post Graduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield - Department of Landscape Architecture
BSc (Hons) Natural Environmental Science, University of Sheffield – Department of Earth Sciences
Academician of Academy of Urbanism
Practitioner of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment
Chartered Geographer (Geomorphic Specalism)
Fellow Geoglogical Society
OCN Certificate in Digital Design, Chesterfield College
City & Guilds Advanced 2D AutoCad Level 3, Chesterfield College
City & Guilds 7307 Teaching Certificate, North Derbyshire Tertiary College