- 19th December 2017
- Posted by: Joanne Woodhouse
- Category: News
This week we welcome Peter Harrison who is joining the business as Technical Director – Landscape Architecture and Urban Design. Peter brings with him over 20 years’ experience in the consultancy sector as Landscape Planner and Project Director, including multi-disciplinary consultancies; WYG and SLR Consulting. Having worked extensively across the infrastructure, residential and energy sectors he will further reinforce our Landscape and Urban Design services and portfolio of exciting projects.
Peter is no stranger to JBA having previously worked as a Chartered Landscape Architect and Director at Maslen Environmental, which merged with JBA Consulting in 2007, and working closely with Steve Maslen, Head of Environment.
Peter commented, “This is an exciting opportunity for me to reconnect with the business and to maximise on the opportunities with other clients I have worked with throughout my career. These links are already starting to bear fruit having engaged our Landscape and Ecology teams on current projects in the Nidderdale Area of Natural Beauty (AONB). I was fortunate to commission JBA’s experienced Landscape team to undertake verified viewpoint photography and wire line modelling at Anley Crag Business Park, Settle. The output of which has been widely commended by the developer client.”
Our environmental specialists can help take projects from initial concept, where desk studies and feasibility are considered, through to design and implementation, which might require particular remediation and management strategies. We have experience of working with a range of private and public-sector clients and can help you with Management of the Environment, Environmental Design, Assessment of Environmental Effects and Environmental Compliance and Regulation Requirements.
Want to know more?
Contact Peter Harrison for more information on his role and to discuss how we can work with you on your future projects. You can also visit our Landscape Design and Assessment and Ecology web pages to find out more.