John McAslan + Partners (JMP) has appointed Andy Harris as the new Head of Landscape Design. Bringing 13 years of experience in designing major schemes in the UK and internationally, Andy has joined JMP to head-up the practice's in-house landscape team, which is currently working on numerous significant projects that include the transformation of King's Cross Station and Crossrail's Bond Street station.
Prior to joining JMP, Andy was a Senior Associate at Hargreaves Associates where he set-up and ran the practice's London office working within a diverse range of sectors including housing, cultural, commercial, education and historic, as well as significant public parks and regeneration schemes.
Previous significant projects include the public realm for the London 2012 Olympic Park and the signature University of Exeter Forum Project.
Tony Skipper, Managing Director of John McAslan + Partners, said: "Andy's appointment will boost an already strong team that is working on some very exciting landscape projects."
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