Nicholas Pearson Associates
Alison Carroll - AssociateAndrew Cooper - AssociateAnna Preddy - GraduateCatherine Thomas - Graduate Landscape ArchitectCeri Griffiths - AssociateCharles Mountford - Landscape ArchitectChris Hale - AssociateDavid Harvey - Senior ProfessionalEleanor Hall - Senior Landscape ArchitectGavin Payne - AssociateHannah Boyd - Graduate
Jamie Farnell - AssociateJane Thomas - ProfessionalJenny Ross - ProfessionalNaomi Harvey - Senior ProfessionalNicholas Pearson - ChairmanPaul Jolliffe - Associate DirectorRosie James - Landscape ArchitectRoss Gilder - 3D VisualiserSara Metcalfe - Associate DirectorSimon Kale - Managing DirectorSteve Maguire - Ecologist
Sue Macnab - TechnicianTom Jackson - 3D VisualiserTom Brickell - AssociateVerena Fischer-Harman - Ecologist

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Steve Maguire

Senior Ecologist

Steve has been working as a professional ecologist for over 7 years, graduating in 2009 with a BSc in Conservation Biology before starting as a self-employed surveyor in 2010. He has developed a broad range of skills including managing and undertaking Phase 1 & 2 field surveys, ecological clerk of works, report production, mitigation design and input into BREEAM assessments and European Protected Species licences (bats), as well as preparation of ecological management plans and Ecological Impact Assessments (EcIAs).

He has worked on a wide variety of schemes from small domestic to large infrastructure projects, most recently working closely with lighting engineers to reduce obtrusive light spill from riverside developments, retaining important dark corridors for light-shy bats along the River Avon in Bath.

He currently holds protected species licences for white clawed crayfish and great crested newts from both Natural England and Natural Resources Wales, and is working toward his Class 1 bat licence.


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Mindenhurst: The redevelopment of Princess Royal Barracks

Nicholas Pearson Associates provided landscape and ecological services to Skanska IS for the re-development of the Princess Royal Barracks for 1200 new homes, known as Mindenhurst. Construction is underway for the Village Green, Suitable Area of Natural Greenspace (SANG) and Spine Road. The planning and design proposals are strongly led by the local heathland and woodland character and include, play areas, a lake, footpaths and cycle routes.