Following strong growth in the Scottish offshore renewables market, GoBe have strengthened the team in its Glasgow office through the appointment of two new consultants – Fraser Malcolm and Annabel Plumeridge.
Fraser brings a wealth of experience having worked across statutory and marine industry roles. Fraser previously worked as a statutory advisor to the UK Government on nature conservation issues in respect of planning and consenting of offshore operations and developments in the renewables, oil and gas and marine aggregates sectors. As a technical expert in marine ecology and the EIA of offshore developments Fraser has provided advice across a number of sectors including offshore wind and throughout the life cycle of projects from consent to post-construction monitoring.
Annabel arrives at GoBe having just completed work on the Invergordon Service Base and Nigg Energy Park developments in the Cromarty Firth and comes with a strong background in marine science and marine environmental management.
Steve Bellew, Director at GoBe said “We are delighted to be able to expand our resource in Glasgow to continue to provide support to the Scottish and wider UK offshore wind farm and marine renewables sector and the other coastal and offshore development markets. In Fraser and Annabel we are excited to have been able to attract two exceptionally high quality candidates with fantastic experience and personal attributes to augment the existing GoBe team”.
Fraser said “I am really happy to have joined the GoBe team. GoBe have a fantastic reputation and I look forward to being part of their growing consultancy team. I’m particularly excited about providing support to the offshore renewables industry as it moves from consent towards construction”.
GoBe is headquartered in South West England and Glasgow from which the Company has delivered a significant number of successful projects across the UK. The Company provides a range of planning and environmental consultancy services across a variety of development sectors including offshore renewables, aggregates, ports, coastal development and oil & gas.