Jonathan Miley has been appointed as director for re-form Landscape Architecture, marking significant growth within the practice. He will join David Livesey, director, working from Manchester and utilizing the increasing number of public realm investment opportunities across the region and broader UK. Collaborating with other studios within the practice, Jonathan brings his extensive regional knowledge developed over almost two decades of working in the North-West. He has previously led crucially significant projects such as the Stretford Town Centre masterplan and the new £250m Kampus neighborhood in Manchester city center. “It’s an exciting time for our industry,” said Jonathan. “I look forward to working with the talented team here as the company continues to evolve and make the most of these emerging opportunities.”
re-form Landscape Architecture is currently juggling several high-profile projects within the North-West geared towards the Upper Brook Street masterplan, the landmark Piccadilly East neighborhood, and the transformational Wirral Waters located on the Left Bank of the River Mersey.
Following last year’s growth and development of the practice’s third office in Edinburgh and the studio relocation to a new collaborative workspace at Department at Leeds Dock, the company recently announced its transition to Employee Ownership Trust (EOT). “We want to continually evolve and become an EOT, embracing new ways of collaborative working and welcoming the direction of Jonathan, are all part of that journey,” said David Livesey.