BA Hons, Dip LA, CMLISenior Chartered Landscape Architect
Alice graduated from Leeds University in 1995 and her early career in Local Authority employment led to a period within Conservation and planning plus the implementation of projects for and the heritage & conservation, parks, sport & leisure, transport departments, including external projects relating to the Sustrans Trans-Pennine trail through South Yorkshire.
Following Chartership Alice moved to private consultancy as project manager and design lead, spending the next 15 years delivering high profile public realm schemes for private developers followed by a change to Heritage Lottery Funded Parks for People projects, historic city regeneration and delivery of Chester Zoo’s new Jubilee Quarter. Involvement in major flood alleviation schemes with Black and Veatch for Nottingham, Northwich and Morpeth led to a position with the Environment Agency’s National Environment Assessment Service as their landscape advisor.
Since 2014 in her time at the firm Alice has run numerous projects and acting landscape consultant for the South Downs National Park Authority planning department. From Landscape and Visual Impact Assessments in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to detailed design, most recently this has included projects within sensitive landscapes, working within the historic building sector involving the master planning and design of visitor attractions, landscape conservation management plans, coastal regeneration feasibility studies and most recently landscape restoration expert witness advice and settlement studies for the South Downs National Park.
Alice brings to the team expertise in project managing and an interest in heritage, wetland conservation and a specialism for hand-drawn illustration.
Qualifications: Chartered Member (CMLI) of the Landscape Institute (1998)
Post Graduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture – Leeds Metropolitan University (1995)
BA (Hons.) in Landscape Architecture – Leeds Metropolitan University (1993)