Having graduated with a BSc (Hons) from the University of Chester in Geography and Natural Hazard Management, I was recruited by Environet UK in 2013 to remove Japanese knotweed and other invasive plants from residential properties and commercial sites. From day one I’ve loved the challenge of the job and I’m happy to be working in the North and Midlands region with a team of highly experienced professionals, often handling complex encroachment cases and assisting clients in dealing with neighbour disputes.
My weekends usually revolve around some kind of sporting activity; cycling, running and rowing. Despite reaching the final selection stage for the 2012 Olympics for the British Rowing team, and only having missed out due to being too short (at 6' 3”) I’ve not been put off!
Professional Qualifications: BSc (Hons)