We identify stakeholders, develop an engagement plan (including comms) and the questionnaires and other tools that run alongside it. We work primarily with businesses from small to global multiples often via BIDs.
We have worked on markets extensively from setting them up from scratch to managing flourishing concerns. We run consultations, create strategies, deliver training and review operations and policy.
We develop marketing plans, sharpen messaging and produce engaging content, to ensure your place campaigns are maximised to their full potential and to promote consultations, engaging the right audiences along the way.
We work on projects that support business recovery and reopening post Covid-19. From engaging with businesses to reviewing existing strategies and plans we reflect on changes that may be needed to help high streets thrive.
LOCAL AUTHORITY PROJECTS
We help high streets be more resilient and create opportunities for businesses to thrive, often in places undergoing large scale change.
We build place brands and marketing campaigns and engage people with their place across a wide range of stakeholders working with local authorities, BIDs, developers. architects, urban designers and others who want to make the most of their place.
How might you better understand your night time economy and ensure it serves both users, workers and businesses alike? We’ve pulled together tips to get you thinking from our experience in London’s first night time enterprise zone in Walthamstow.
In the context of the redevelopment of Elephant and Castle Town Centre, the council commissioned a project to examine the health of businesses on nearby Walworth Road.
Walthamstow High Street was London’s first-ever Night Time Enterprise Zone. We carried out extensive engagement with businesses to understand the current and future night time economy.
A public consultation, working with the council’s Insight Team to devise a trader and customer survey, run drop-in sessions and use the response data to produce a three year strategy for five street markets.
Arup were commissioned to convene The Future of Barking Town Centre Panel, created to develop a vision for the future of the town centre to 2030.