Our Recent Clients

  • ACTion with Communities in Cumbria
  • Allerdale Borough Council
  • Aspatria Rural Partnership
  • Clyde & Avon Valley Landscape Partnership
  • Cumbria County Council
  • Dumfries & Galloway Council
  • Durham County Council
  • Eden Rivers Trust
  • Eskdale Mill & Heritage Trust
  • Friends of the Lake District
  • Galloway Glens Landscape Partnership
  • Grampus Heritage & Training
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Heron Corn Mill Trust
  • Lake District National Park Authority
  • Locomotive Conservation & Learning Trust
  • Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park Authority
  • National Trust
  • Natural England
  • Ravenstonedale Common Graziers Association
  • Rusland Horizons Landscape Partnership
  • Scottish Wildlife Trust
  • Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership
  • Solway Wetlands Landscape Partnership
  • Staffin Trust
  • Tyne & Wear Archive & Museums
  • United Utilities
  • Westmorland Dales Landscape Partnership
  • Woodland Trust
  • Workington Nature Partnership

Our Approach

We follow good practice project management methods based on the PRINCE2 model. We always begin by agreeing a project plan with the client that divides the project into distinct stages and milestones and identifying outputs that will be delivered. We consult the client at stage boundaries and agree the next stage.

We prepare a risk management schedule, identifying risks and how they should be managed, which is kept under review.
We ensure good quality by adhering to the project management methodology, working closely with client and stakeholders and providing drafts of documents in time to allow for good consultation.

Because we are a small tight team, we are able to address project management issues as they arise.

“As we await the date for the Site Visit from HLF we wanted to thank you for your help and support in the production of the development phase application bid for HLF Landscape Partnership ‘Callander Pass’ project. Your direction and guidance in working with both the Partnership Board and the various project teams was greatly appreciated and while at times it was quite a challenging process you managed to produce a well crafted application. SMA showed great dedication in pulling the relevant information together during the program and focusing the various project teams to meet their deadlines. We wish you all the best and much success in the future.”

Neil Black, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park