Institute of Chartered Foresters admits new professional members

The Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) has admitted 20 new professional members (MICFor) following its annual professional examinations, which took place in November.

ICF president Bill MacDonald said: "I congratulate the new chartered foresters and chartered arboriculturists who successfully completed their examinations and have been individually approved by ICF Council. They have each have worked hard to gain themselves chartered status and have proven their expertise, skills and integrity.

"In today's competitive environment, the value of achieving and maintaining chartered membership is more important than ever. Employers recognise our professional members' commitment to high standards and keeping skills and knowledge at the cutting edge."

 

The new chartered members are:

Phillip Brophy

Barrell Tree Consultancy

David Challice

Challice Consulting Ltd

Peter Chappell

UPM Tilhill

Brian Crane

Brian G. Crane & Associates

Neville Fay

Treework Environmental Practice

Phillip Harris

Arboricultural Consultant

Keiron Hart

Marishall Thompson Group

Simon Holmes

Tree Surveys

Elspeth Macdonald

FC (Forest Research)

Andrew Moffat

FC (Forest Research)

Andrew Pinchin

Challice Consulting Ltd

Andrew Player

The Crown Estate (Dunster)

Dominic Poston

Essex County Council

Andrew Potter

Bartlett Tree Experts

Keith Sacre

Barcham Trees plc

Mervyn Simpson

Provincial Tree Services Ltd

Victoria Stokes (with distinction)

Forest Research

Glyn Thomas

Cheshire Woodlands

Helen Thorburn

FPCR LLP

Alistair Yeomans

Sylva Foundation

 

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