Simple, inclusive and interactive community engagement



Make your consultation real life compatible

We create and curate interactive websites that make community involvement in built environment projects interesting, exciting and easy for young and busy people, in turn bringing more balanced and diverse outcomes.




Achieve greater transparency and trust

Citizens can pinpoint issues and ideas for their community on an interactive map, visible for everyone to see in real-time. This helps project teams gain a better understanding of local aspirations, whilst building transparency and trust.



Analyse and report feedback in real-time

Your 'dashboard' provides a real-time snapshot of feedback using interactive pie charts and maps, helping you respond quickly to key issues whilst enabling rapid reporting and timely planning submissions.




Maintain relationships with citizens

Your 'dashboard' has in-built email-blast tools to help you keep in touch with your respondents, provide project updates and mobilise supporters to act when it matters (such as when your planning application is submitted).




Measure the success of your consultation

Your 'dashboard' provides insight into what time of day people interact, their location and what type of device they are using, helping you optimise consultation publicity and social media activity for maximum effect.



Extend your reach using social platforms

Our websites integrate seamlessly with all social media platforms, helping you extend the reach of your engagement exercise beyond geographical boundaries and reach people that you wouldn't with traditional methods.


Want to see it in action?

We have created a live, guided demonstration of a Participatr website, showcasing all of the interactive features that we offer. Take a look by visiting https://demo.participatr.co.uk or clicking the image below.




What have we been up to?

Consulting on plans for new market and affordable homes in Cornwall
Tue 4th Sep 2018 at 12:41

We are powering an online consultation on plans for new market and affordable homes in rural Cornwall.


Bringing the YIMBY campaign to Bristol
Tue 4th Sep 2018 at 09:54

We have launched a unique online tool on behalf of the Bristol YIMBY campaign, to help give supporters of the new homes in Bristol a voice in the planning process.


A guide to public participation designed for the 21st century
Tue 24th Jul 2018 at 12:00

We have published a guide to help town planners, local government, developers and Neighbourhood Planners make public participation a success.


Using technology to find where there is public support for buildings
Mon 18th Jun 2018 at 07:00

Build Here is a new concept by Participatr, showing how technology can be used to find where there is public support for new buildings.


Gathering views on regeneration plans for a former brickworks
Mon 21st May 2018 at 08:30

We created an online consultation hub on regeneration plans for the former Napton Brickworks in Warwickshire.


Involving a Lincolnshire community in plans for new homes
Mon 23rd Apr 2018 at 08:30

We created an online hub for consultation on plans for new family and affordable homes in Leadenham, Lincolnshire.


Gathering views on bespoke retirement living homes in Somerset
Fri 2nd Feb 2018 at 11:50

We gathering views online on plans for 11 bespoke retirement living homes in Wedmore, Somerset.


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.


Find out what we're saying on Twitter @participatr:
At the @Bristol_HF #BristolHousingFestival? Come and see @participatr in action at the @BristolYIMBY stand, and dro… https://t.co/SlOn5pgVUa
at 13:14 on 19th October 2018
We're delighted to be powering the @BristolYIMBY campaign. Visit the #BristolYIMBY stand at @Bristol_HF to contribu… https://t.co/UvWXIKbRDh
at 15:04 on 18th October 2018
We successfully teamed up with @SulisPublic to engage with the #Marston and #Oxford communities on plans for a new… https://t.co/BLgm2bu26N
at 15:52 on 17th October 2018

Interested? Sign-up for a live demonstration

We would love to come and give you a demonstration of how Participatr websites work and how they can transform the outcomes of public participation for your built environment projects. Give us your details by completing the form below. We'll then be in touch to arrange a time, date and location that works for you and your team.

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