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Pathway to Chartership results

By Alice Knight
Our 58 new chartered members show the diversity of landscape professionals, and we congratulate all of them for getting to this stage in their careers. Thanks are due to their mentors, and companies, for encouraging them to attain the highest standard in landscape architecture. We are particularly pleased to see that 79% of the licentiates who undertook the chartership exam in May are employed by LI registered practices. Registered practices have a commitment to supporting the next generation of landscape professionals.

This session saw six candidates from LDA Design passing, which is the record from one company. A spokesperson for LDA Design said, ‘We’re delighted all our candidates passed. We view chartership as an essential part of professional development. We strongly encourage chartership by providing the mentoring, paying the tuition fees and reimbursing some of the expenses. We like self-starters here, so although it can feel like yet another exam, if you have already invested that many years in professional training, why not finish the journey? We reward those who successfully complete the exam with more status and a pay rise because it makes you more valuable as an employee.’
New CMLI Mentor Employer
(*indicates an LI Registered Practice)
Aliyu Abdullahi-MahdiNicola HamillAtkins*
Nicholas AtkinsonAndrew CottageLDA Design*
Alex BaileyClive SelfCSa Environmental Planning*
Kirsty BarkerSophie ThompsonLDA Design*
Erin BaseyHelen JohnsonGillespies*
Thomas BeckGregory CollinsCSa Environmental Planning*
Darragh BellewWilliam Henry DuckBDP*
Rachel BlenkharnIan HoulstonLDA Design*
Konrad Boncza-PioroNick MillerCapita*
Lori BoulterDaniel CliftonClifton Emery Design*
Laura BradleyRichard WaddellBradley Murphy Design*
Sven BuhnemannDavid PriceHyland Edgar Driver*
Tristram BushbyJames HydeAllen Pyke Associates*
Jack Campbell ClauseChris LaineLDA Design*
Robert CharltonBenjamin WalkerLDA Design*
Oliver ClarkPaul SwannExterior Architecture
Rose CockcroftPhilip ReddieCapita*
Matthew DalbyMartin BhatiaColvin & Moggridge*
Sarah Earnshaw BeckSilke GrunerCSa Environmental Planning*
Zachary FordLouise EcclesWardell Armstrong*
Jon FreemanJim GibsonGillespies*
Andrew GibsonCharlotte HaydenThe Environment Partnership*
Joanna GopallChris LaineSpink Property
Abigail HaireCarola EnrichTownshend Landscape Architects*
Patricia HawesMelissa RalphMeiLoci Landscape Architects
Emma HayesSimon BrewsterSoltys Brewster Consulting*
Robert HewittGraeme GlencorseAECOM*
Mike HolmesGethin OwensHolmes Design Studio
Yuechen HuRory WilsonGillespies*
Agota KekesiPaul MillerSouth Lanarkshire Council
Helen KirkRobin BeswickB|D Landscape Architects*
Rebecca KnjazevCaroline OsbournCass Associates*
George LilleyMark WilsonRPS Group*
Jason MalyanChris StantonBDP*
John MarkwellEddie HallAECOM*
Julia MatthewsRoger WorthingtonForestry Commission England
Verena McCaigZosia MellorHistoric England
Jonathan McLoughlinVerena MeyerHLM*
Greg MeikleMartin RobinsonAHR Landscape Design*
David MuirLiane BauerRankinfraser Landscape Architecture*
Simon MurdochAllan CoxBroadway Malyan*
Hannah MurtonStephanie CowleyExterior Architecture
Robert ParkKaren PinckneyAmec Foster Wheeler*
Samantha PaulMatt WoodingSpacehub*
Phillip PorterRupali BhatChris Blandford Associates*
Martha RedmanMaritta BodenThe Landmark Practice*
Peter RobinsonGeorgina BainesPlanit-IE
Anna SieczakLucy ChermazPlincke*
Hannah SladeMark FletcherGrant Associates*
William SmithDavid LiveseyPlanit-IE*
Robin TaylorStuart RyderSouth Norfolk Council
Jonny ThomsonChris RankinRankinfraser Landscape Architecture*
Sophie TomblesonRichard WalkerOOBE*
Ewa TorojMark ElliottTGP*
Fiona WaltersScott CarrollLDA Design*
Kathryn WardMark ShawSefton Council
Matilda WinterbottomSusanne FraedrichChris Blandford Associates*
Ewa ZagorskaGraham WoodwardAtkins*

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Posted by Anonymous - November 23rd, 2016
3 out of 58, from the Public Sector.

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