He has been designing and building sustainable buildings and homes for more than 20 years. He leads our Planning and Sustainability work and is based in Newcastle.
Anne has an engineering degree and trained as a maths teacher. She has worked as a consultant specifying and procuring green and eco-housing and as an environmental researcher.
Anne is responsible for all the administrative, HR and financial aspects of our work. She is based in Newcastle.
Matthew trained as a human geographer and has an MSc in Planning.
He has worked on planning submissions for mixed use developments, Digital Media advertisement applications, affordable housing, new apartments in London, and a beach house in Pembrokeshire. These projects include significant projects restoring and extending listed buildings. He is based in Newcastle.
Mark is a chartered Town Planner with over 19 years of experience of successfully dealing with planning authorities and other project stakeholders, including landowners, project contractors, external consultants and development partners and has delivered a number of high profile projects. He has an in-depth knowledge and experience of planning management, procedures and law gained both within England and Scotland.
Alison studied BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology at Northumbria University. At Ethical Partnership she leads our architectural services and has worked on a wide range of retail, commercial, and residential projects.
Peter is a Chartered Town Planner with a proven track record of delivering major urban and infrastructure projects on time and on budget. He graduated from Newcastle University with first class honours in Town and Country Planning. He was awarded a prize by the RTPI for his studies. He has experience working in both the local authority and private sectors and has a sound understanding of the planning process. Peter can advise on all aspects of planning law.
Jo holds a BA (Hons) in Anthropology from Durham University and spent several years working as an Events & Communications Manager for a global charity. Jo is studying Town Planning MSc at Newcastle University alongside working with Ethical Partnership.
Dan is currently studying for his BA (Hons) in Music from Newcastle University whilst working at Ethical Partnership. Dan started with us as a Communications and Marketing Intern and has since moved towards more creative media production alongside the communications aspect of role. He also helps manage our digital and social media.
Alannah holds a BA (Hons) in Geography from Newcastle University and has worked with a range of stakeholder groups through volunteering and previous work experience. Alongside her role at Ethical Partnership, Alannah is currently studying an MSc in Urban Planning at Newcastle University, through which she hopes to develop a specialism in planning for the historic environment.
Esther is working with us as an environmental auditor alongside studying her BA (Hons) Geography degree at Newcastle University. She will focus on waste audits, as well as audits for Lifetime Homes. She also has experience working as a volunteer in Nicaragua and organising an expedition which gained funding from the Royal Geographical Society.
Becky holds an MA in Heritage and Design from the University of Birmingham. She works with clients to successfully deliver all aspects of heritage, infrastructure and planning. In addition, she has a specialist skillset in economics, funding and financing of urban projects.
John trained in town planning and economic regeneration and has had a distinguished career in local government. Having left his role as Executive Director of Durham City Council, he and now works on our regeneration, culture, economic and historic buildings projects. He is based in the North East of England.
Alan works with us as a pollution and waste management advisor. He has over 40 years worth of experience in various technical roles including: management of waste management facilities, water treatment, pharmaceuticals and laboratory services.
Tom is our access specialist and has been involved in auditing and designing ‘inclusive’ environments to ensure spaces and places comply with The Equality Act 2010 – from hotels to housing, from car parks to castles, museums to mines, shops, churches, offices, museums, galleries, schools, colleges and country parks.