Come and work in Salisbury!

We are looking for a Senior Landscape Architect to join our team at an exciting time for Indigo. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Landscape Architect with brilliant design skills, who would like to be part of a practice that can offer a hugely varied and interesting range of work and excellent career opportunities. The full details of the role can be found here.

If you are looking for a new role and would be open to relocating, then Salisbury has an enormous amount to offer as a place to live and work. We have a superbly located office overlooking the water meadows, within the stunning townscape of Salisbury’s Cathedral Close; arguably the finest Cathedral Close in Britain.

Salisbury is independently recognised as one of England’s best places to live, topping The Sunday Times Best Places to Live Guide in 2019. An intriguing mix of old and new with medieval properties and the majestic cathedral offering an attractive historic setting for innovative and creative businesses. It is easy to stay connected, from Salisbury train station there are direct trains to London, Bristol, Exeter and Southampton and the city has one of the best internet services in the country as it was the first in the UK to have universal access to ultra-fast fibre broadband. Low crime rates, excellent schools and unique independent shops and restaurants all make Salisbury an attractive place to move to as well as a thriving arts and culture scene to enjoy and the chance to be somewhere with a real sense of community.

Further information about relocating to Salisbury can be found on the Experience Salisbury website.

Beyond Salisbury, there are plenty of other exciting places to explore. The surrounding Wiltshire countryside means that you have green rolling hills, picturesque villages and rambling rivers on your doorstep. The Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) has wild open spaces, beautiful chalk downland, and ancient woods rich in history and wildlife. Stonehenge can be reached by a short bus journey from the city centre and other local places to visit include Wilton House and Longleat safari park. A little bit further afield and still within easy reach are the New Forest National Park, the Roman baths and Georgian buildings of Bath, the South Downs National Park and the sandy beaches of the south west coast.

We think Salisbury is a really fantastic place to live and work, so if you would like to find out more about us, the role we have, or our magnificent city, then please call Lucy, Chris, Mark or Zeb on 01722 340140 or email us via We look forward to hearing from you!