Roz has over 25 years’ experience in both landscape design and landscape and visual assessment. She has worked in both the public and private sectors in Scotland and England on a wide range of development projects, including business parks, recreation and leisure developments, residential and commercial schemes.
Roz has undertaken landscape and visual impact assessments for transportation infrastructure, mineral and landfill proposals and electricity industry developments including hyro-electric, wind, wave and tidal generation as well as electricity transmission projects. Roz has also undertaken a number of primary research projects relating to developments in the countryside.
A native Invernessian, Roz returned to work in the Highlands around 15 years ago and lives in an on-going DIY restoration project which was originally her Grandfather’s house. Her ideal escape from work involves open water swimming holidays in the Mediterranean as well as taking regular dips in the colder waters of highland lochs and bays. Roz has a qualification in Chelonian Husbandry (looking after tortoises) and is the keeper of three Mediterranean Spur Thighs and a Horsfield - the oldest of which is now approaching middle age at 77 years old.