Champion of forestry and green networks adds landscape expertise to architecture body
Landscape architect Sue Evans is one of two new appointees to the board of Architecture and Design Scotland.
Evans is head of development at the Central Scotland Green Network Trust (CSGNT). Since 2009, she has been supporting the development and delivery of the Central Scotland Green Network. Previously she was head of development for Central Scotland Forest Trust (which became CSGNT in 2014) and responsible for development, community and thematic work. In 2008 she was awarded an MBE for services to forestry.
A member of the Landscape Institute’s Policy and Communications Committee, Evans has also been a local adviser for Strathclyde and Ayrshire for Scottish Natural Heritage.
Before joining CSFT, she was in private practice where she worked on a number of regeneration projects including the masterplanning and delivery of the Glasgow Garden Festival 1988.
The other new appointment to the board is Graham Hill, a partner with E C Harris.