We work with some of the UK’s biggest names in housing, transport, retail, education, construction and energy. So here we’ve put together a selection of case studies showing you the whos, the whats and the whys of how we go about our business.

Use the drop down menus below, to select a service and sector. And let’s show you some of the work that keeps our clients coming back for more.

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We were asked to launch an inspiring new development for Brio Retirement Living and use it as a springboard to create real anticipation and ultimately sales for a new community for the over-55s.

A large organisation with a huge range of departments and complex needs, Devonshires were used to the more traditional methods and channels of PR. We were asked to empower teams, and introduce them to the opportunities that social media offered.

Extra MSA Group wanted to secure planning permission for a £50m motorway service area on the M1. We were asked to create the narrative and benefits of the proposal, then communicate them to stakeholders across Leeds.

Mace are a hugely significant international construction and consultancy company, who engaged our services to promote awareness of the company and its key spokespeople across the North of England.

The National College for High Speed Rail was set to open two campuses in Birmingham and Doncaster in September 2017. Our challenge was to tangibly communicate the vision and values of a college that had not opened yet.

We were asked to build a case, supported by political and business leaders across the north, for the Bradford City Centre Railway Station to be a part of the Northern Powerhouse Rail/High Speed 3 project.

Places for People were keen to cast off the mantle of a traditional housing association and landlord. Our job was to force the reappraisal of the Group and position them as an organisation that provides vital infrastructure and services.

In summer 2017, United Living returned to the CIH Housing conference in Manchester and requested a stripped-back presence at the event which, rather than focusing directly on their services, would promote their number one asset: their people.

If we need a public affairs agency to help engage with a community on a planning application our first call is to Social Communications. They have a creative approach that consistently gets results with residents, key stakeholder groups and politicians.

Michelle Bath Director, DPP Planning