Our Team


Nisha Solanki – Director

As a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute, Nisha has over thirteen years' experience in the industry, working on projects both in the UK and overseas.  

Nisha's experience covers all stages of work; from the initial schematic design stage, to planning, tender and construction. She has worked on a residential scheme on the Former Police Station site (Greenwich), Riverside Quarter (Wandsworth) and a mixed used scheme in Fish Island (Hackney).  

Areas of expertise and experience include residential development, landscape and urban design, masterplanning and public realm design.

Nisha enjoys travelling and painting in her spare time. She has a positive outlook to life and enjoys helping others grow in the field. 

Cat Greatbanks – Senior Technical Consultant

Cat is a Chartered Landscape Architect with almost twenty years' experience. She has worked on projects both in the UK and overseas ranging from Terminal 3 forecourt, Heathrow to a hotel in Abuja, Nigeria and a residential master plan in Abu Dhabi.    

Cat has delivered many detailed tender and construction packages and is continually researching new construction methods, namely Ten Trinity Square in London, where a modular suspended pavement system was required to provide sufficient soil volume to support large tree growth.    

Cat is extremely talented and enjoys freelancing alongside her love for travel. She is organised, thorough and an asset to the company.  

Max Vitiello – Specialist Consultant in Soft Landscape

Max is a Landscape Architect and Garden Designer with a combined ten years' experience in the field.    

Max was a Gardener for seven years and trained at Kew gardens. He then re-trained as a Landscape Architect at The University of Sheffield and has worked in leading architectural practices and garden design practices, on projects ranging from masterplanning level, right down to private residences.   

Max has a keen interest in surfing and travel and enjoys combining his passions with trips abroad with his surf board.