Company Policy

Wainwright Landscape Architecture Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to providing a quality service. An outline of our company policy can be found below. Contact Us for details.


Equal Opportunities Policy

It is our policy to provide employment equality to all, irrespective of:

Gender, Marital or civil partnership status, Having or not having dependants, Religious belief or political opinion, Race, Disability, Sexual orientation, Age

We are opposed to all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. We recognise that the provision of equal opportunities in the workplace is not only good management practice; it also makes sound business sense.

Environmental Policy

We share widespread concern about the dangers of climate change, depletion of natural resources, and as Landscape Architects we have a real responsibility to help our community move towards sustainable consumption and enhancement of natural resources.

We aim to continuously improve our design work for clients and to progressively reduce their impact on the environment, both in construction and in use, and we are happy to support environmental policy as part of grant applications and bids.

Quality Assurance Policy

It is our policy to provide a service which fully satisfies all its customers at all times, and our main objectives are:

To maintain an effective quality assurance system

To achieve and maintain a level of quality which ensures the company's reputation with customers and adds value to the customer's products and services

To ensure compliance with relevant statutory and safety requirements

To maintain customer satisfaction with services provided

To ensure that the best quality of design work is produce

The business has been a Registered Practice of the Landscape Institute since 1997 and follows the Landscape Institute's Code of Professional Conduct and Practice as set out in the Institute's Charter of Incorporation.

Staff will be expected to have experience and training in line with the qualification requirements set out by the Landscape Institute.

Health and Safety Policy & CDM

It is our policy to provide a safe working environment. The main aims of our policy are:

To provide adequate control of the health and safety risks arising from our work activities

To consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety

To provide and maintain safe plant and equipment

To ensure safe handling and use of substances

To provide information, instruction and supervision for employees

To ensure all employees are competent to do their tasks, and to give them adequate training

To prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill health

To maintain safe and healthy working conditions

To review and revise this policy as necessary at regular intervals

The practice carries out design and construction contracts which may be both notifiable and non-notifiable to the H.S.E. under current Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM). The office recognises that designer duties apply under the Regulations.