Niall has worked with a range of clients across the UK such as with local developers, community groups and public sector organisations including the Environment Agency and Forestry Commission, and charities like the National Trust. He has studied a BA in Landscape Architecture and a Masters in Landscape and Urban Design, prior to which he studied forestry.
Outside of work Niall is very active in the profession, he is a Trustee of the Landscape Institute and is the acting delegate to the International Federation of Landscape Architects, where he sits upon the World and European Councils. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Woodland Trust’s Tree Charter.
Duncan has worked on a range of projects covering schemes such as domestic garden design to Primary Education and University campus design, Master planning, urban regeneration, habitat creation and coastal defence. He has studied a Bachelors and a Masters in Landscape Architecture at Birmingham City University.
Outside of work Duncan has been involved in a range of activities including attending the International Federation of Landscape Architects 2016 Student Charrette design competition which took place in Turin, Italy. As well as attending the 2018 World Congress in Singapore.
Anél has designed projects for both residential and commercial clients as well as collaborating with other designers to create bespoke design solutions.
Anél studied Garden Design at London College of Garden Design based in Kew Gardens prior to which she has completed a degree in Marketing Management and had a career in the creative industry.
Outside of work Anél has volunteered and helped garden designers and landscape architects at RHS Chelsea Flower Show; RHS Chatsworth Show and the Duchess of Cambridge & DW Ltd's "Back to Nature" garden at RHS Hampton Court Flower Festival.
Sam holds a BSc (Hons) in Arboriculture, is a Professional Member of the Arboricultural Association and Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Foresters. He has extensive experience and specializes in delivering complex development and risk management projects for a range of clients, including numerous small to medium housing developments, nationally significant strategic developments and infrastructure schemes and city centre urban regeneration. Further work has involved strategy and delivery of tree risk management for local authorities, educational facilities and amusement parks.
Sam also has experience in woodland management, including license and grant applications, and can advise on tree and woodland planting schemes and deer management. Sam remains closely involved in the industry and is an active member of the Tree and Design Action Group (TDAG) and Royal Forestry Society.