Jamie Hole

Senior Landscape Architect

Skills and expertise

Jamie is a Landscape Architect with over three years of experience. He has gained a broad experience in Landscape Planning working on a range of LVIA, LVA and Scoping Reports for renewables, housing and commercial schemes, including the previously proposed Bristol Arena and the redevelopment of historic prisons for high density residential development. He also has experience in technical landscape design, drawing up detailed plans for a range of urban regeneration, residential and quarry restoration schemes, including the Lower Mill and Silverlake developments here at The Landmark Practice.


Specialist interest

Working collaboratively to find creative and environmentally sensitive solutions to future development which promote healthy living, respect local character and protect our natural systems.

Career summary

Jamie started his professional career working for The Landmark Practice in 2014, spending a year with the company as part of his undergraduate training. He has since gone on to work in other local landscape practices and has completed his Master’s degree. He returned to the Landmark Practice in 2019.


Masters of Landscape Architecture (University of Sheffield 2016)

BA(Hons) Landscape Architecture with Town Planning (University of Sheffield 2014)


First Proper Job

Working in a shop


Now known for

Being adaptable and responsive – Jamie likes to be busy.



Travelling, baking, gardening, puzzles, tennis, being an Uncle.