Design and environmental consultancy Urban Green expands

Design and environmental consultancy Urban Green has expanded with five new members of staff including two new landscape architects for its urban design team.

New starters from left to right: Mark Evans, Jack Tibbs, Demi Burns, Michael Garrett, Rosie McEwan. Image: Urban Green
New starters from left to right: Mark Evans, Jack Tibbs, Demi Burns, Michael Garrett, Rosie McEwan. Image: Urban Green

Mark Evans is a chartered landscape professional with over 15 years’ experience, principally in the north-west. He joins the team as senior Landscape Architect coming from Fabrik, where he worked for six years as associate landscape architect and landscape planner.

Jack Tibbs has joined as a graduate landscape architect. Coming from AHR Glasgow he has experience of working on a range of projects from urban regeneration to the education sector.

The practice has also expanded its ecology team with the appointment of Rosie McEwing as an assistant ecologist following a six-month internship with the company. Her work at Urban Green will focus on natural capital and city greening.

Michael Garrett also joined Urban Green as a graduate arboriculturist. A graduate of the National School of Forestry, he previously achieved a Royal Society award for his diploma in forestry and arboriculture. He has a volunteering background with the Wildlife Trust and Small Woods Association.

Finally, Demi Burns has joined as an office administrator, from upmarket estate agent Knight Frank. Burns is developing and streamlining processes internally.


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