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Jonathan Steel, CEO E: Daisy Wain, Project Manager E:

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What we do


We deliver rapid and highly scalable innovative projects aimed at improving the health and liveability of our urban environment – with multiple wins/outcomes for our customers and partners.


Communities understand what is needed to improve their quality of life, and where and how it should be done.  We work with communities to better inform project decisions and to ensure we create successful solutions.


We harness both technology and direct delivery to deliver educational content in compelling and innovative formats, to make it easy and entertaining for educators and pupils to understand and absorb.


Collaboration with academic and commercial partners is key, and we continue to add to an existing set of mutually beneficial partnerships across the range of our work, from project design and delivery through to data analysis and modelling.

Who we work with


Your people are core to the success of your business.  Maintaining a healthy workplace is not only a critical duty of care – it’s key to delivering a happy and productive environment.


We work with a wide range of communities, from the traditional – small towns, parishes, self-identifying city areas – to newer formats – digital tribes defined by common features or interests, and groups with a single common thread such as families with children at the same school.  However a community is defined, we acknowledge the value of their views and insights, and work in collaboration to realise outcomes of real benefit.


Young people are (literally) the future of our society as a whole – its competitiveness and long-term health.  We work to improve young people’s prospects, through high-quality education and skills transfer.


Local governments are under pressure as never before, with growing delivery requirements from highly stretched financial and human resources. We work with local government to deliver projects (such as action on air quality) for both schools and local communities.