Nicholas Pearson Associates
Alison Carroll - AssociateAndrew Cooper - AssociateAnna Preddy - ProfessionalCatherine Thomas - Graduate Landscape ArchitectCeri Griffiths - AssociateCharles Mountford - Landscape ArchitectChris Hale - AssociateDavid Harvey - Senior ProfessionalEleanor Hall - Senior Landscape ArchitectGavin Payne - AssociateJamie Farnell - Associate Director
Jane Thomas - ProfessionalJenny Ross - Senior ProfessionalNaomi Harvey - Senior ProfessionalNicholas Pearson - ChairmanPaul Jolliffe - Associate DirectorRosie James - Landscape ArchitectRoss Gilder - 3D VisualiserSara Metcalfe - Associate DirectorSimon Kale - Managing DirectorSteve Maguire - EcologistSue Macnab - Technician
Tom Jackson - 3D VisualiserTom Brickell - AssociateVerena Fischer-Harman - Ecologist

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Simon Kale

Managing Director

Simon is a Chartered Landscape Architect with extensive environmental, landscape and visual impact assessment experience with involvement in many commercial and infrastructure projects including those within green and brownfield sites, as well as district wide landscape assessments. 

Work has included site analysis, impact assessment and the design of integrated mitigation proposals.  Landscape master-planning and design experience has included new residential, commercial and infrastructure developments from conceptual design to detailed proposals including the successful integration of scheme proposals into sensitive landscape contexts. 

Simon has considerable liaison and project team experience with both architectural and engineering professionals during scheme design and implementation.

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Bristol City Council’s Urban Living SPD Consultation

Bristol City Council’s draft Urban Living Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) is currently open for consultation. Nicholas Pearson Associates are following the process with interest, as the final guidance will be key to successful delivery of major developments, residential developments and tall buildings in Bristol. Our landscape designs for townscape and visual impacts assessments will help schemes meet the new guidance.