Congratulations Amy and Stephen!

Congratulations to Amy Lee and Stephen O’Gorman on becoming Chartered Members of the Landscape Institute (CMLI) after successfully passing their Pathway to Chartership examination.

Achieving chartered status is a significant accomplishment, reflecting years of hard work, dedication, and continuous learning to attain this globally recognised qualification. Amy and Stephen were supported by their respective mentors, Charlotte Hayden and Richard Catling, who generously dedicated many hours of their own time to guide and mentor them.

Landscape Consultant Amy joined TEP after earning her Master’s in Landscape Architecture from The University of Sheffield. Since joining TEP, Amy has contributed to a variety of multi-disciplinary projects, utilising her diverse knowledge and expertise in landscape design and management. She also volunteers as a Green Flag judge. and has experience working with a number of environmental charities.

I am very pleased to have achieved Chartered status and grateful for the continued support from my mentors and colleagues at TEP.”

Amy Lee

Stephen is a Consultant Landscape Architect and 3D Visualiser at TEP, holding a degree in Landscape Architecture from University College Dublin. He provides landscape and masterplanning support to the design team and specialises in producing verified photomontages that are used in environmental impact assessments, consultations, and public inquiries for a diverse range of projects. Stephen’s portfolio includes experience in masterplanning as well as landscape design for projects such as schools, residential, mixed use, employment, energy, and infrastructure developments.

“I am delighted to become a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute, marking a significant milestone in my career. Being part of a multidisciplinary company like TEP has greatly enhanced my professional skills. Thank you to my mentor and colleagues for their fantastic support on this journey!”

Stephen O’Gorman

Well done Amy and Stephen on this outstanding achievement – truly well deserved!