Place-making and reaching a wider audience
Current planning guidance actively requires developers to consider the wider public benefit of work on heritage assets and also how any resulting investigation may contribute to a deeper sense of place and community identity.
We have extensive expertise in both outreach and public relations on behalf of our clients and can include provision for the interest of local communities, special interest groups, schools, and others.
We can, for example, provide viewing platforms and interpretation panels, open days, public talks and online forums as well as coverage in local media. The results can be communicated through displays, exhibitions and popular publications and might inform site design and public art.
We have close links to the County Museum, Heritage Education, the Record Office and the County Arts Service and can provide an imaginative and integrated service.
- Public relations and media coverage
- Accessing local communities
- Special interest groups