At Allegrow, we are experienced environmental consultants who work on a range of farms, orchards and other businesses throughout the Bay of Plenty and Gisborne regions. We are pride ourselves on not only being experts in our field but we are also farmers and growers ourselves. With a wide range of backgrounds including dairy, drystock and kiwifruit and we provide a down to earth no nonsense approach to environmental consultancy.


Tel: 021 378 308
E-Mail: [email protected]

18 Coast View Road

Opotiki 3197


Lilian Harley (Sherman) Environmental Consultant

Lilian Harley

Director/Environmental Consultant

For general enquires and quotes contact Lilian.

Lilian hails from sheep and beef country in the back blocks of Matawai but has migrated to the warmer climes of Opotiki.

Lilian has over five years experience as an environmental consultant, specialising in resource consent applications, particularly for water. Lilian previously worked for Fonterra in a number of roles including providing technical support for resource consent applications, wastewater treatment and wastewater irrigation.

Lilian also has experience in catchment projects, farm environmental planning and is a fully qualified user of OverseerFM and a certified nutrient management adviser.

Tania Jones Environmental Consultant for farmers and growers

Tania Jones

(BEng Hons)
Environmental Consultant - BOP

Tania has been involved in the primary industries from a young age. Tania and her husband currently live on a dairy farm and are in the process of developing a kiwifruit block in Opotiki.

Tania has a Chemical and Process Engineering degree from the University of Canterbury and  previously worked at the Whakatane Mill for 3 years as a Technical Engineer. With a background in dairy farming and kiwifruit  a passion for environmental sustainability she  joined  the team at Allegrow in May 2019.

Sue Clark Environmental Consultant Allegrow

Sue Clark

Environmental Consultant - BOP

Sue was born in Whakatane and has spent most of her time living in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. She enjoys the many outdoor opportunities it has to offer.

Sue previously worked at the Bay of Plenty Regional Council for seven years. This included time in the Consents Department so she brings consents processing knowledge to her Environmental Consultant role. During her time at the Regional Council she also helped administer the Environmental Enhancement Fund and the Ballance Farm Environment Awards, giving her more of an understanding of the rural sector and environmental sustainability in the region.

Allegorw Gisborne environmental consultant Tina Drummond

Tina Drummond

Environmental Consultant - Gisborne

Tina spent her early days working on inland sheep stations and coastal farms before retraining in the forest industry where she had roles as an environmental research technician and human factors researcher before moving into 20 years of health and safety, including stints as council health and safety officer and workplace trainer. Recently Tina has been involved in ecological restoration including the establishment of natives in catchment plantings and plant pest control and is now putting these skills to work preparing farm environment plans and managing the Motu Catchment project.

“I am excited  to be returning to my rural roots to support farmers to meet their compliance obligations around the environment”