Rosie’s career spans project management, biodiversity and landscape.
She has practical experience of managing a variety of wildlife habitats, woodlands and forests to deliver multiple benefits. She enjoys working in partnership with a wide range of organisations including Butterfly Conservation, Dyfed Archaeological Trust, and Wildlife Trusts to deliver environmental projects. Based in Carmarthenshire, Rosie manages a multidisciplinary team within the Planning Division which secures the integration of biodiversity gain and landscape enhancement alongside development.
She is currently managing a Marsh Fritillary butterfly project which ensures that planned development meets the ecological requirements of the Habitats Regulations, the Local Authority’s Ash Dieback project, biodiversity and landscape enhancements on wind farms, and small grant for landowners funded by a grid connection project, as well as smaller scale projects improving public access. Rosie chairs Carmarthenshire’s Nature Partnership and plays an active part in the Association of Local Government Ecologists in Wales.