Our people

Jane Fowles

BA (Hons) DipLA (Hons) MAUD CMLI AoU

Jane is a chartered Landscape Architect and qualified Urban Designer. She became managing director of Novell Tullett in 2007 and leads the practice founded by Alex Novell and Paul Tullett in 1992.

Jane trained at Greenwich and spent her early career in London with Land Use Consultants working on a diverse portfolio of projects including large housing schemes, mixed use developments and river restoration. Under Jane’s leadership, Novell Tullett has won an excellent reputation in the public realm, historic landscape, education, housing and luxury hotel sectors.

Jane takes responsibility for sourcing work, meeting clients, and shaping individual projects. She has particular expertise in complex site analysis, realising site potential, concept design and maintaining the vision of a project until completion. She is able to demonstrate how good landscape skills can bring all kinds of value from visual and ecological, to economic and social.

With the support of the Landscape Institute, Jane has mentored many employees through their professional exams and maintains a programme of continuous professional development. She gives talks on the Value of Landscape, most recently on a research trip to Mongolia.

Jane Fowles

Simon Lindsley

BSc (Hons) DipUD

Simon joined Novell Tullett in 2004 and is a Senior Urban Designer. His role in the team includes landscape design, project management, on site management and overseeing digital systems. He is responsible for much of the practice’s construction site management and experienced at working on complex public realm and urban projects.

He has been intimately involved with regeneration projects in sensitive sites in London (Faircharm, Deptford Creek), Bath (Saw Close) and Keynsham (Keynsham Town Hall) as well as being instrumental in the landscape design of the Cabot Circus and Quaker’s Friars mixed-use development in Bristol.

Simon is a specialist and has in-depth knowledge and technical skills relating to all aspects of detailed design and can be relied on to make sure that a project is finished to the highest standard. As a team member he is relied on for his ability to evaluable problems in a systematic way and turn concepts and plans into practical working procedures.

In previous jobs with Derek Lovejoy Partnership and Broadway Malyan, Simon worked on 7 star hotels in Oman, city centre mixed-use schemes, residential schemes, a riverside public park and a research and technology park.

Simon Lindsley

Georgina Harvey

BA (Hons) MSc, DipLA, CMLI 

Georgina is a designer and project manager with a particular interest in sustainable solutions. She was drawn to landscape architecture during an MSc at the Centre for Alternative Technology which introduced an appreciation of the impact of our surroundings on health and wellbeing.

Her strengths as a landscape architect include site evaluation, and all aspects of site design from concept to detail, including planting. She is interested in the story of a site and exploring the physical and cultural layers which give it its unique identity.

She retrained as a landscape architect after working as a documentary maker with the BBC and brings research skills and creative thinking to all her work. She is a good communicator and enjoys working with multi-disciplinary teams to bring a project to life. She is experienced a producing Landscape and Visual Impact Assessments and Landscape Character Reports.

Recent projects include Highbury Roundhouse community centre in London, Thornbury Castle Hotel in Gloucestershire, Castle Park View residential scheme in Bristol and elderly care at Orchard Homes in Bristol.

Loic Caron

MSc (Hons), DipLA (Hons), MA

Loic is the newest member of the team having joined Novell Tullett in 2015 while completing his qualification in Landscape Architecture at the University of Gloucestershire. Loic has practical as well as academic skills having previously worked for a landscape construction and maintenance firm.

After a first career in sport management, Loic was inspired by travels in South America, Asia and Australasia to understand the link between landscape and culture and its profound effect on people’s lives, both positively and negatively.

Loic’s strong technical design skills have led to him designing bespoke items for landscape projects, landscape graphics, producing packages for detailed design drawings, and running the website. He is also adept at analysing systems and producing well thought through strategies for programme management.

Loic is a native of Montpellier in France and is fluent in English after a decade living in the UK.