The Stornoway Trust is on the hunt for a landscape architect to regenerate the grounds of Lews Castle in Scotland
The Victorian castle (1857), which overlooks the Isle of Lewis, sits in almost 2,500,000m² of grounds.
A landscape architect-led team are sought to ‘regenerate’ the gardens and woodland, linking it with the ongoing regeneration of Lews Castle.
Given to the public in 1923, recent works on the site have included bridge and path renewals and some new-build visitor facilities.
Completed tenders must be returned by 28 October through the allocated page.