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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Jenny Ross

Professional

Jenny has worked within the ecology sector since graduating in 2010 with a degree in Conservation Biology and Ecology. Her career began as a seasonal ecologist specialising in bat surveys and providing support with report and mitigation licence production. She has since expanded her skill base into habitat and other protected species surveys including badgers, dormice, newts and reptiles. Jenny has experience of working on a range of project types including small and large scale residential developments, commercial developments and listed buildings.

As part of her role, Jenny undertakes Preliminary Ecological Appraisals (PEAs), species specific surveys, mitigation design and Ecological Impact Assessments (EcIAs). She also works in an Ecological Clerk of Works role on active construction sites, providing support and advice to clients and contractors.

Jenny holds Class 1 Natural England survey licences for bats, dormice and great crested newts.

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Consent for University of Bristol Enterprise Campus

Nicholas Pearson Associates has helped secure outline planning consent for the University of Bristol’s proposed new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus. The derelict Sorting Office site adjacent to Temple Meads station will be demolished to make way for a world-class, welcoming and well-connected hub for both students and public alike.