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If you’re interested in Geography and Environmental Studies a career in Amenity Horticulture or Landscape Management could be for you…
Amenity Horticulture covers the management and maintenance of landscape and open spaces including:
- Country parks
- Botanic gardens
- Sports facilities
- Urban tree planting
- Historic gardens and landscapes
- Urban parks and plazas
This aspect of horticulture focusses on conserving the environment and biodiversity and improving quality of life by making and maintaining the places where people live, work, and relax.
Salaries are also good ranging from starting salaries of around £18,000 to £30,000+ for individuals at a more senior level or with experience. Some Commercial Managers and Senior Landscape Managers can earn more than £50,000 per annum.
Landscape Management involves the management of designed landscapes and countryside from urban parks to nature reserves and natural parks. Landscape managers are involved in planning and managing the use of landscape and resources for the benefit of society and nature. This could involve visual and environmental impact assessment, producing management plans, producing food management and sustainable urban drainage schemes as well as habitat conservation and rural resource management.
Most landscape managers are members of the landscape institute, the professional organisation for landscape architects.
Courses for a career in Landscape Management: