Our Sussex office has had three new members of staff and will move to a new office this autumn.
Rosie Marston, ecologist, has joined us and will work alongside Ben Kimpton on our habitats team. Rosie holds a dormouse licence and has experience with a wide variety of ecological surveys.
She will focus on Preliminary Ecological Assessments, BREEAM, CfSH and green infrastructure.
We also welcomed ecologist Amy Richards, who will be working primarily on survey and mitigation for great crested newts and reptiles.
Charlie Dwight, senior ecologist, has come to us from the London office and will be assisting with large scale mitigation projects. Our new offices will give us a much larger and more comfortable working area with room to host design team meetings and training days.