I am a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, a Chartered Landscape Architect and Associate of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment. I am also a mentor for Landscape Institute Pathway 2 Chartership candidates.
As landscape architects, we create places that are successful, sustainable and cherished. I have been fortunate to work on Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects and strategic urban extensions, small scale housing, renewables and community led schemes. Each has presented its own unique challenges. Thinking creatively and making the connections between assessment, planning and design and implementation, gets viable projects on the ground.
From Winstones Ice Cream parlour on Minchinhampton Common across the Stroud Valleys… and the ice cream does add to the experience.
Beech - ‘the Queen of the Forest’.