In delivering projects, CAG often works in partnership with other companies, big and small, to bring together the expertise and experience which our clients need.  We have strong relationships with a very wide range of companies, but there are also a handful of individuals who we are happy to call on regularly because they are so good at what they do.


Rachel Crozier

Organising solutions

Organising Solutions offers event management, project administration, client surveys and web-based research for consultancies and SMEs. Run by Rachel Crozier, based in Bristol, the organisation works remotely on projects across the UK.  Rachel is happy to be involved from the tender stage or once a project is underway, and has provided invaluable project support on many of CAG’s projects.

Gwen Harrison

Gwen Harrison

Gwen is a climate change and sustainability consultant, working on projects covering a wide range of topics including ecosystem services, community renewable energy, energy efficiency, shale gas and sustainable foods.  She works with private, public and third sector organisations, providing whatever level or type of support is needed, whether that be project support, managing or delivering proejcts, carrying out research or feasibility studies, report writing, organising public events or engaging directly with communities.

Jake Sales


Jake provides GIS support to planning, economics and environmental planning projects. With 10 years of consultancy experience, he can provide expert mapping, analysis and data support efficiently and at short notice.

Peter Sandover

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Peter Sandover BSc, BArch, RIBA, HKIA, AoU is a registered architect committed to community led sustainable housing and regeneration projects. Peter’s recent experience includes assisting communities with Neighbourhood Plans, leading engagement for regeneration strategies and advising Design Council CABE on best practice for community engagement. He is a Design Council CABE Built Environment Expert (BEE) and a member of the Academy of Urbanism .Prior to establishing his own practice in Devon in 1999, Peter was a Director of Architecture and Planning consultancy Llewelyn-Davies for 8 years, running their Hong Kong office for much of this period.