MORTON : PATTISON is a contracting firm delivering specialist ecological, design & build and landscape services to clients across the private, public and charitable sectors. The two Directors of the Landscape Institute registered limited company have accrued twenty-five years of combined experience in a variety of roles for leading biodiversity conservation organisations as well as private companies and estates, putting them in a unique position to understand client concerns and expectations. The practice is committed to the design, management and protection of natural landscapes for biodiversity and people.
MORTON : PATTISON are health and safety accredited to gold standard with the ACDC Register contractor management system.
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MORTON : PATTISON work on a range of ecological contracting, design & build and landscape projects, primarily across the south and south-west of England. The map below highlights some of the work that has been delivered - explore the map and click on the pins to find out more.
Mike Morton is a Director and Full Member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (MCIEEM) with over a decade of experience in ecological management.
Mike has a BSc (hons) degree in Biological Sciences. He has spent much of his career as a land manager for the Wildlife Trusts after working in environmental education in both the UK and Kenya. Along with designing and implementing habitat management programmes, ecological monitoring and site management plans Mike has successfully managed large scale habitat restoration and capital works projects.
Paul Pattison is a Director and a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute with over a decade of experience in land management and landscape design.
With a BSc (hons) degree in Zoology and a Countryside Management post-graduate, Paul has spent many years working on design and delivery of projects on nature reserves, visitor centres and other sites. After starting in biodiversity surveying and reserve management with the Wildlife Trusts, subsequent employers have included the RSPB and WWT along with private gardens and estates, as well as undertaking independent contracting and design work as Paul Pattison Landscape Architecture. During this time he has been fortunate to work on some high profile projects including the Great Crane Project, Saving the Spoon-billed Sandpiper and a new 1,000 acre reserve at WWT Steart Marshes in Somerset.