Anglia Rural Consultants | Neil Featherstone
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Neil Featherstone

Future Environomics LLP

Specialisms:

Conservation

Finance and Grants

Heritage and Culture

Project management

Tourism

Phone:

07785 901 474

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Neil brings to clients a pragmatic approach and a reputation for making things happen.  He works in highly valued landscapes, designated sites and special conservation, balancing his approach with the realities and economics of working on the shop floor.

Neil brings many years of experience of dealing with a wide range of rural issues in both private and public sectors.   As a Mechanical Engineer, he worked in Fertiliser R&D in the UK and South Africa and has more than 25 years of Partnership delivery in Landscape, Wildlife and Archaeological Conservation and Tourism.

 

Neil is a Managing Partner of Future Environomics LLP, securing grants and project delivery for both Marine and Terrestrial Producers and Managers.  He is also a partner in the UK and Ireland distributorship of LINN Lake and Waste Water Aerators and Fish Farm equipment.

Neil can support businesses, groups and individuals through:

  • Managing Conservation and Archaeological Sites, including multifunctional and designated sites
  • Neighbourhood Planning
  • Providing Lake Aeration services
  • Providing Fish Farm equipment products

Neil ensures clients do what they have to do, in order to find ways to do what they’d like to do.