Alexia Tamblyn

Alexia has been working in the environmental sector for over ten years. She holds an MA in Biological Sciences from Trinity College, Oxford and an MSc in Environmental Technology, specialising in Ecological Management from Imperial College, London.

Alexia has worked globally, from rainforest inventory in South America, to community conservation projects in Africa, to developing and running a Darwin Initiative funded community conservation and sustainable forestry project in Papua New Guinea, plus extensively throughout the UK.

Alexia holds Natural England licences for bats, dormice and great crested newts, and has been involved in numerous projects from mitigation, land management, EcIA, expert witness and licensable works. Alexia also runs training programmes for bats and great crested newts through the IEEM.

Alexia currently heads the ecological side of PJC Consultancy. She manages a team of ecologists and works alongside the arboricultural division. Alexia develops and manages projects from protected species licensing to being an expert witness at public inquiries.

PJC works with LPA, planners, architects, house builders, home owners, large infrastructure organisations and utilities companies and undertakes work from BREEAM assessments, to EcIAs, to mitigation works, land management and enhancement schemes

Alexia is a full member of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (IEEM), a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and the co-founder of Treeconomics.