MA(Hons), CMLIAssociate Director and Chartered Landscape Architect
Alison gained a First Class Honours Degree in Landscape Architecture at Gloucester University, and went on to achieve her Masters Degree in 2001. Since graduating, Alison has 16 years’ experience starting at terra firma in 2002 and becoming Associate Director in 2015.
With terra firma, Alison has been involved with numerous environmental impact assessments, including a mixed-use development near Felixstowe; housing developments in the South Downs National Park; a lifeboat station on the Isle of Man; and a new school in Jersey. A major part of Alison’s work over the last few years has been producing landscape capacity studies and a green belt study for a number of local authorities, in collaboration with Kirkham Landscape Planning Limited. Recent and current work includes major capacity studies for both housing and minerals and waste, and public inquiries and an EIP for local authorities, including States of Jersey. Current major design projects include the landscape for a new football stadium and mixed use development, and detailed design of a public plaza and new bridges in White City. Alison currently sits on the Landscape Institute Professional Review Group at the University of Gloucestershire.
Qualifications: Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (2004)
MA (2002) and Graduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture – University of Gloucestershire (1999)
BA (1st Class Hons) in Landscape Architecture
– University of Gloucestershire (1998)