Tag: historic environment

After years of research into forest history and the historic environment, I have been fortunate to have two articles published in the journals of the Chartered Institute of Ecologists and Environmental Managers and Royal Foresty Society respectively.CIEEM Article 01


RFS Quarterly 01

Following on from my rediscovery of the ‘lost forests of Huntingdonshire’, and my current research (with published articles, yay!) into forest history and their Anglo-Saxon (dare I say Romano-British?) origins, I have been giving talks to various groups, some local, some regional, some national: Do get in touch if you want an illustrated talk.

It was a pleasure to talk at Hinchingbrooke House (my old school) and visit Kimbolton Castle to present to the local history history society. I was asked to speak at the annual symposium of the British Cartographic Society, and have presented illustrated talks to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, Council for the Protection of Rural England, Huntingdonshire Flora and Fauna Society to name but a few.

Last year I was honoured to receive a Goodliff Award from the Huntingdonshire Local History Society (www.huntslhs.org.uk/?page_id=33), and am currently on the last draft of a small publication. Get in touch to reserve a copy!

A selection of references from previous clients and colleagues, and certificates from academic institutions etc.

Whilst at Greenways Epe (Athens, Greece) I was asked to assist in compiling the Environmental Impact Assessment to select one of three potential routes for a rail line to Macedonia.

The landscape possessed stunning natural beauty, and our recommendations ensured that the engineer’s preferred direct route was massaged to protect areas we considered possessed outstanding natural beauty.