Sustainability teams and contacts

Our sustainability teams are embedded across the University to help drive change and improvement in everything we do.


For general enquiries relating to sustainability at Sheffield, contact 

Sustainability communications and projects
James Merryclough 
Sustainability and Communications Manager
Madeleine Ruse
Sustainability Communications Assistant 
Andrew Massey
Principle Engineer (Energy Management) 
Phil Riley
Energy Manager
Peter Webber
Energy Assistant
Environment and waste
Charlotte Winnert
Environment and IMS Manager
Marketa Rychla
Environment Co-ordinator
Ashley Eyre
IMS Assistant
Estates development
Mark Holden
Head of Estates Development
Gaynor Bradshaw-Willson
Deputy Head of Estates Development
David Briggs
Deputy Head of Estates Development
Travel and transport
Darren Hardwick
Car Parking and Sustainable Travel Manager
Stace Turner
Sustainable Travel Assistant
John Priestley
Campus Transportation & Logistics Manager
Landscape and biodiversity
Douglas Brooke
Landscape Services Manager
Steven Walton
Assistant Landscape Manager
Holly Fisher
Senior Horticulturist
Procurement and Scope 3
Elizabeth Tidswell
Head of Procurement
Rosalind Farrow
Carbon Data Manager
Cafes and outlets
Peter Anstess
General Manager Retail Operations
Simon Brinkley
Water Compliance Manager
Sustainability at the student residences
Andrew Woffindin
Contracts and Environmental Coordinator
Sustainability partnerships and research
Hannah Cornish
Regional Sustainability Partnerships Development Officer
Energy Institute
Institute for Sustainable Food
Emily Williams
Centre Manager - South Yorkshire Sustainability Centre
Deborah Beck
Centre Manager - Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures
Victoria Giordano-Bibby
Centre Manager - Leverhulme Centre for Climate Change Mitigation
Professor Beth Perry
Director - Urban Institute
Professor Dorothea Kleine
Co-Director - Institute for Global Sustainable Development

Our sustainability strategy

We have set the principles and direction for our sustainability strategy