Seasons Ecology Team Development 2016

December 20, 2016 HannahMaben BathCompany NewsDevonEcological ConsultancyProjectsSomerset

2016 has been another extremely busy year for Seasons Ecology with some new and exciting projects and team developments.

Hannah Maben returned to work after a brief stint on maternity leave and is now back up to full capacity managing major projects such as the New Cloverleaf Junction off the A361 (North Devon link road) and an acid grassland translocation in North Lincolnshire.

Ali Stubbings became Ali Cockburn after getting married in the spring and has successfully completed the first year of her MSc in Biological Recording and secured her Natural England Class 1 bat survey licence.

Our Bath office, which is led by Seasons Ecology Partner Kate Hayward, has been involved in some major developments such as the Locking Parklands development and will be taking up new premises in January 2017.

Charlotte Mason joined the team and works alongside Kate Hayward in our Bath office.

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