Hi I'm Neil Moulton and in 2014 after 20 years' executive management in the Telecoms industry I changed direction to follow my lifelong passion for landscapes, the environment and horticulture.
My guiding principles of professionalism and integrity made me successful in my former careers; I apply these equally to Landscape Management.
While studying for a BSc (Hons) in Landscape Management at Greenwich University (Hadlow College) between 2014-2017 I have provided services to Industry and private clients while extending the capabilities of Chaucer Landscape Management:
- Consultancy services to the Green Roof and Living Walls Industry (Livingroofs.org and UK GRO)
- Research into the Green Roof Market conducted by Chaucer in 2016/7 revealed for the first time the size of the UK Green Roof Market; data were compiled into a UK Green Roof Market Report co-authored with Livingroofs.org and presented to the All Party Parliamentary Group for the Roofing Industry and the UK Committee on Climate Change
- Landscape Surveying services for Kentish Stour Countryside Partnership
- Completing design and build projects for private clients from Kent to Cambridge (see Gallery)
- Building a garden maintenance client base
- Assisting RDC Landscapes in the build of the Gold Medal-winning Hadlow Garden 'Green Seam' at RHS Hampton Court 2015
- Co-builder of Hadlow College show garden at the 2016 Kent Show
- RHS Qualifications - level 2 Certificate in the Principles of
Garden Planning Establishment and Maintenance (CQF); June 2014
- I also volunteer for Bedgebury Pinetum, am a Tree Warden for my local parish of Trottiscliffe and a Heritage Tree Surveyor for the UK Tree Council.
Following-on from my dissertation research project, I'm also a co-founder and Director of Green Infrastructure Leasing Ltd www.greeninfrastructureleasing.co.uk - the UK's first provider of leasing services to the Green Roof and Living Walls industry,
To ensure access to the best professional information I'm a member of the Landscape Institute, the leading association of Landscape Managers and Architects in the UK, and the Arboricultural Association.