Through our network of experienced associates, we can offer you a complete one-stop-shop for all your sustainability, green infrastructure and ecosystem services needs.

Additional expertise we can call on includes:

Landscape Architecture Built Architecture
Transport consultants Built heritage
Environmental economics Artwork
Graphic design Stakeholder research
Community Engagement Community Art


Contact us to discuss how we can put together a multi-disciplinary team to meet your needs, or help you access the experts you need to complete your existing team.


Jeremy Wyatt is a fine artist, now based in Dunblane, Scotland. His favoured media are watercolours, acrylics and pen and ink. He has experience of producing hand drawn maps for nature trails and long distance walks, as well as line and full colour illustrations for a number of wildlife publications. We hold a library of his illustrations of UK mammals and amphibians.

Little Owl


Landscape Matters is an established Midlands-based landscape design practice. Their portfolio includes masterplanning a major project at J.R.R. Tolkien's childhood playground, Moseley Bog. Landscape Matters recently worked with us to undertake an assessement fo capital works for a detailed project evaluation of Walsall's flagship Heritage Lottery Fund project Raising the Barr.

Landscape matters

Black Country Geoconservation in Stourbridge are experts in the conservation, interpretation and management of our geological heritage. They have experience in writing management statements and management plans for geological SSSIs and providing technical support on geoconservation to Natural England. BCG produced an interpretive series for the Birmingham and Black Country Geodiversity Partnership, including 'Scorching Deserts and Icy Wastes'.

Black Rock 4

Moss, Naylor, Young is a transport and built heritage consultancy with particular expertise in canal and waterway infrastructure and sustainable transport planning. Their recent work includes a feasibility study for the restoration of the Bradley Canal Arm, an initiative that would recreate over a mile of wetland corridor in an urban setting.


CEEP, the Consultancy for Environmental Economics & Policy is based in Birmingham and was established in April 2011. CEEP provides several services including ecosystem assessments, (corporate) ecosystem valuation, cost-benefit analysis for projects with environmental impacts, mapping of ecosystem services demand and supply, monitoring and evaluation of environmental projects, and interdisciplinary knowledge transfer. Their main aim is to implement the value of ecosystems in practical decision-making and environmental management.


Holloway Foo is a Birmingham-based architectural practice with experience in designing innovative environmentally sensitive buildings, including a the proposed People and Wildlife Centre to be built at Moorcroft Wood in Walsall.

Hiolloway Foo