Tim is one of the co-founders and Directors at GoBe and has almost 30 years of experience within the fields of ecological consultancy and EIA.
Tim has acted as Project Manager/Director and Technical Lead for a range of large scale EIAs covering all aspects of the development process from feasibility and scoping through to delivery and consent condition compliance across a range of industry sectors (offshore wind, marine renewables, power stations, marine aggregates, ports and shipping, marine recreation and the water industry).
He has acted as Project Director and Technical Lead for several offshore wind farm Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) under the Planning Act 2008, encompassing all aspects of the assessment, consultation and application for the projects, incorporating both the offshore and onshore components, and has subsequently provided management and strategic advice through the examination process under the provisions of the Planning Act.
Tim has been involved in the UK offshore wind sector since Round 1 and throughout the subsequent development rounds and is currently leading on a number of major UK offshore wind development projects.
Tim has been responsible for several strategic policy research projects in the public sector and for clients including Defra and the Welsh Assembly Government.
Tim has also been involved in several expert panel groups including the Chemical Monitoring Activity (CMA) Expert Group (EU-wide guidance on Water Framework Directive implementation) at a European level; the Water Framework Directive (WFD) Ports, Navigation and Dredging Sector Group within the UK, and the Renewables UK Future Offshore Group.