Elizabeth Shelley


Lizi is an Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute. She is experienced in a broad range of environmental design services with expertise in horticulture. She supports our team across a diverse range of sectors including residential and commercial projects and draws on her expertise in agri-environmental landscape design and management.

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Elizabeth brings her research, analysis, and practical horticultural experience to each project and views all aspects of landscape architecture from a long term and practical perspective.

Elizabeth is a Chartered Landscape Architect with a broad range of skills and expertise in Environmental Design. She has expertise in horticulture helping to tailor landscape solutions to complement each site’s character and sensitivity.


Her horticultural experience enables her to draw from an extensive planting palette whilst recognising the practical management and maintenance requirements of a design.

Elizabeth grew up within Exmoor National Park and has an innate understanding of rural landscapes and specific rural planning sensitivities, alongside localised tradition and its relation to landscape character and ecological systems.

Project Experience

Elizabeth has provided support on a range of projects in both the public realm and private sector. She has assisted with the production of ecological mitigation plans for a housing development in Devon – including new and restored Devon hedgerows, prepared the outline plans for an allotment site, and assisted with plans to restore ornamental lakes in a Grade II* Registered Park and Garden.

Other project experience includes landscape and planting design for a harbourside square, landscape design for a new school, roof terrace and green roof design and specification for a number of projects, and production graphics packages for LVIA reports.

Lizi also assists the ecology team with bat surveys.


  • BA (Hons), MA
  • Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute

Career History

  • Lizi joined NPA in 2021, having previously worked at Novell Tullett and in the Landscape Department at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Her path to Landscape Architecture is via Fine Art and Horticulture, working as a gardener before studying Landscape Architecture at the University of Sheffield.

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