We create interactive consultation websites that give ordinary citizens a voice in the built environment

Give citizens a digital voice in planning

We create
interactive, mobile-compatible websites for town planners, Neighbourhood Planning groups, urban designers, developers, government and voluntary groups to consult ordinary citizens on built environment issues.

Consult on plans for homes, jobs and retail

We work with developers, retailers and housebuilders to gather views on plans for new housing, retail, offices, industry, transport and infrastructure, giving those in housing, retail and employment need a digital voice.

Build evidence for a Neighbourhood Plan

We work with Neighbourhood Planning groups to build a big picture of community aspirations, using our websites to consult citizens on a range of local issues and contribute to the Neighbourhood Plan evidence base.

Inform planning and environmental policy

We work with local authorities, parish councils and statutory bodies to give a digital voice to ordinary citizens in shaping planning policy, such as Development Frameworks and sustainable transport plans.

Involve communities in placemaking

We create interactive websites for registered housing providers and regeneration agencies to involve citizens in masterplanning and urban design, capturing the ideas and aspirations of vulnerable and hard-to-reach people.

Build a case for financial support

We work with voluntary organisations and the third-sector to secure funding for built environment initiatives, using our interactive websites to engage with end-users and demonstrate grassroots support to decision-makers.

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What have we been up to?

Consulting online on retirement living homes in Dartmoor National Park
Tue 9th Jan 2018 at 13:50

We have launched an online consultation on plans for homes purpose-built for those aged 55 and over in Dartmoor National Park.

A new community mapping tool
Mon 13th Nov 2017 at 10:16

Map My Place is a mobile-compatible tool for people to highlight what they like, dislike, want, don't want and remember about a place.

Consulting on plans for a new school in Oxford
Mon 23rd Oct 2017 at 09:00

We are working with a range of local and national organisations to consult an Oxford neighbourhood on plans for a new school.

Consulting on plans for a mixed-use regeneration project
Sat 30th Sep 2017 at 09:00

We have created an online consultation hub to help build and demonstrate support for mixed-use regeneration plans.

Mapping support for new homes
Fri 29th Sep 2017 at 14:00

We are working with a leading UK-based architecture and planning consultancy to develop a web-based app for people to show their support for new homes.

Using open data to evidence need for retirement living homes
Thu 20th Jul 2017 at 15:15

We are using a range of open data sources to identify areas across the UK that have a quantifiable need of homes for the over-55s.

Working with a rural community in North Somerset
Tue 30th May 2017 at 10:00

We created an innovative social campaign to consult the community on plans for new homes in North Somerset.

Guiding future housing development in Bristol
Fri 20th Jan 2017 at 08:00

We have created and launched an ambitious campaign to understand the aspirations of Bristol citizens for new homes in their neighbourhood, built on the participatr platform.

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