You can find more information about our 'core team' on the About Us page. Some of the people we are currently working with or regularly team up with are listed here:

Scott B Sullivan Associates help people transform places through clear and deliverable plans and projects. If you require project planning, management and fundraising expertise, or guidance negotiating the planning system with a human touch, SBSA can support you.

Hopkins Van Mil run by Henrietta Hopkins & Anita Van Mil build capacity for change offering solutions for facilitation; participation; public dialogue and community engagement.

Mike Read Associates was established in 1987, and provides high-quality support and consultancy on a wide range of environmental, social and responsible trade issues. Mike's work has included environmental and social programme management, evaluation and certification, in sectors spanning responsible tourism, forestry, agriculture, fisheries, water efficiency, wildlife conservation, climate change, and waste prevention.

Debbie Ladds has a strong track record of developing multi-million pound initiatives, a lateral and innovative thinker experienced in working with all sectors – strategic, pragmatic and entrepreneurial. She has a track record of funding and supporting the voluntary and community sector. A community development, volunteering, resident-led, values based individual.

Erica Sutton Erica's expertise lies in project management; process design; facilitation, reporting, evaluation; stakeholder research, recruitment and liaison.

Haire Landscape Consultants have been carrying out projects in both the public and private sectors for the past 20 years. They have extensive experience of project management, landscape assessment and environmental design, with a pragmatic approach to produce viable and sustainable solutions to a wide range of landscape projects.

Nicky Stevenson is a freelance consultant and researcher, with a particular interest in social impact measurement.  She has worked in the social enterprise sector for over twenty years. She was a founder and partner at The Guild, a leading social enterprise consultancy until 2012.  

Alison Gilchrist is a well-regarded expert in community development policy and practice, an experienced practitioner and leading theorist with specialist interests in equalities and networking. She has a rare and valuable ability to combine intellectual rigour with a well-grounded commitment to practice.

TellTale have spent more than 25 years working on and learning about heritage sites and their visitors bacoming specialists in visitor experience and interpretation in the UK

Rachel Lilley combines over 20 years’ experience of creating pro-social and pro environmental behaviours with an academic background in the social sciences to bring new, evidence based perspectives on sustainable behaviour change.

Run by Pete Johnstone PJ Elements  provides project development, photography and fund raising support to environmental and community organisations

Dr Kevin Burchell is an experienced social science researcher and evaluator specialising in community action, participatory approaches and action-based approaches. Dr Burchell has worked across a range of issues including community resilience, community energy, energy demand reduction and public engagement with research. He also has specialist knowledge and experience working with local and national policy actors and practitioners to ensure that the insights and learning from research and evaluation are valuable and impactful in policy and practice. 

David Beuzeval has over 20 years experience of successfully developing and delivering new business opportunities across the voluntary, public and private sectors and is innovative and entrepreneurial in creating new social enterprises and developing and delivering organisational strategies, programmes, campaigns and projects.

Rowbottom Parker was created in 1998 by Nicky Rowbottom and Marya Parker, is based in north-east Suffolk, with customers from the public, business and charitable sectors. They focus on inspiring and connecting people with places and their environment

Tank Consulting Is run by Katharine Moy and Graham Finegold, who were keen to set up a practice that focused on the realities of delivery and provided sustainable solutions for the delivery of a range of public services.

Anne Jaluzot is a freelance strategic urban greening consultant with 10 years of experience in sustainable urban design, public space and large-scale environmental regeneration.

Stephen Lees is an experienced manager with skills in recreation and community engagement. He has nearly thirty years experience working for a range of public and private sector clients. Stephen runs Wildlife Woodlands providing a consultancy and contracting service for woodland and conservation management.

Community Environment Associates is a consultancy run by Chris Church and Jan McHarry working in the areas of sustainable and community development and climate change.

Red Pencil is an independent consultancy set up by Natasha Roe and Alec Leggat in 2002. Between us we have many years’ senior experience of communications, fundraising and marketing for charities and social enterprises of all sizes.

Imagemakers is a creative design consultancy working in the heritage sector. We believe in the power of great storytelling and beautiful design to bring heritage alive for visitors.

Dafydd (Deio) Jones has built a career in the field of sustainable economic development. A Welsh speaker, Deio's main skills lie in: Project Development; Facilitation; Stakeholder Engagement, Project Management; Monitoring; Reporting; Public Speaking; Funding and Research