Jennette is a chartered landscape architect with over 20 years’ experience. She has produced award-winning work on numerous complex design projects, often on sensitive sites.
Her work encompasses public realm, housing, mixed-use developments and historic landscapes on both contemporary design and conservation. She has led many HLF-funded public parks projects, acted as an HLF monitor for a number of years and worked directly for the National Trust, Historic England and private estates. Jennette leads our design and landscape management work for The Royal Parks, a working relationship spanning over 40 years.
Concerned about children’s health, she’s led the way in designing active, playful spaces for children of all abilities. Her multiple-award-winning work includes the Diana Princess of Wales memorial playground in Kensington Gardens and Tumbling Bay, the first Olympic legacy project.
Jennette is an external examiner for degree, diploma and MA landscape architecture courses, and a regular guest speaker.
Outside work: Jennette enjoys spending time with her family, beach walks and visiting exhibitions.