The recently established Landscape Agency has a new way of working to allow it to offer appropriate experts for each project Lie of the land
'Do you think it sounds like an escort agency?' Patrick James asks anxiously, when quizzed about the choice of name for his new operation, The Landscape Agency. The answer to which is 'no', although the three co-founders are presentable enough to moonlight in the unlikely event that times prove hard. What it does sound like is an employment agency, and that is not so far from the truth.
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