Council members

Adam Bradley

I was first elected onto Council in 2012, but have been actively involved since 2008 as a then co-opted member onto the Technical Committee.  Having now had the pleasure of sitting on all three committees; Technical, Membership & Internal Affairs and Public Relations, I’m back on the Technical committee and continue to contribute to and write Membership and Client Guides. I strongly recommend TSA members promote the use of these guides and use to raise the profile of the Geospatial profession in the industries we work in.

I am currently in my third year as President of TSA and am very passionate about promoting our profession and securing its future through development of grass roots surveying courses and raising the profile of Geospatial Sciences via the STEM agenda. I’ve been working in and supporting the Survey profession now for over 22 years and having started my career as an Assistant Land Surveyor and having worked on a number of iconic survey projects over the years am now the one of the eight City Growth Directors we have in Jacobs European and Middle East business.

I’m a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineer Surveyors. In both these Institutes I play an active role mentoring staff to work towards professional qualification, where my ultimate goal is to strengthen the depth of survey professionalism whilst raising the profile to ensure Geospatial is not seen by clients as a commodity, but a professional service.

Oliver VineyAtlantic Geomatics (UK) Ltd


Oliver, Managing Director of Atlantic Geomatics, brings a fresh and different perspective to The Survey Association Council. With a degree in Marketing and a background in Business Development and Sales, Read More

Graham MillsTechnics Group

PR Committee

I started in the profession as a trainee Site Engineer / Surveyor for a Building Contractor / Developer. I completed the Higher National Certificate in Building Studies and CIOB computing Read More

Nick HampsonMalcolm Hughes Land Surveyors Ltd

MIA Committee

I have worked within the land survey profession since graduating from Newcastle University in 1983, working for twelve years for instrument manufacturers Carl Zeiss and Geotronics before joining Malcolm Hughes Read More

Andy RobertsFormby Surveys Ltd

MIA Committee

I have over 23 years geomatics experience, initially as a field surveyor, but latterly planning the strategy and growth of Formby Surveys as Managing Director since 2007.  Whilst Formby Surveys Read More

Maddy Lees40SEVEN Ltd

Technical Committee

Since graduating from Newcastle University I’ve worked in surveying for more than 25 years, both as a field surveyor and in management roles, in the UK, Middle East and Africa. Read More

Nick SpenceleyCatsurveys Ltd

MIA Committee

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Claire FenwickSpatial Dimensions Ltd

Technical Committee

After University I decided to retrain as a Geomatics Surveyor and went on to complete the TSA Surveying Course in 2006. Specialising in measured building surveys and 3D models, I Read More

Lucy PowersPowers & Tiltman Ltd

PR Committee

Powers & Tiltman Land Surveyors have been active members of the TSA for 20 years. During my 12 years with the company, I have been inspired by how TSA have Read More

Stuart DimondMK Surveys Ltd

MIA Committee Chair

Stuart joined MK Surveys in 1984 as a trainee surveyor.  Training to HNC level in both Civil Engineering and Land Surveying, he has been delivering high quality Land, Engineering and Read More

Nathan SpencerCSL Surveys (Stevenage) Ltd

MIA Committee

Managing director of CSL Surveys (Stevenage) , working in the profession for 26 years, FCInstCES. Although originally pursuing a career in Law I was struck by the variety of work Read More

Sam RobertsMet Geo Environmental Ltd

Technical Committee Chair

I graduated in Archaeology from Durham University in 1998 and spent some time researching how soil geochemistry affects buried objects before starting a career in field archaeology, quickly finding an Read More