Tilhill Forestry’s Brian Hawtin gains Chartership Status

Tilhill Forestry’s Principa[ Landscape Architect Brian Hawtin received his Landscape Institute Chartership Status at the Royal Institution of Great Britain at a presentation last month.

Landscape professionals attended the Royal Institution of Great Britain, joined by their mentors, colleagues, friends and family for the Landscape Institute Graduation Ceremony 2019.

Brian was presented his award by the President of the Landscape Institute Adam White and Past President Hal Moggridge. Brian achieved his award through the Experienced Practitioner Pathway following over 30 years of experience in the landscape sector.

Brian said: “I am thrilled to be presented with Chartership of the Landscape Institute and I look forward to helping develop the landscape portfolio at Tilhill Forestry and to be an advocate for appreciating the true value of our landscape.”

Brian is currently designing a landscape scheme for a proposed rural housing development adjacent to the BSW Timber sawmill at Boat of Garten amongst the other schemes he is working on..

 Photo: Paul Upward Photography