We are not just ‘consultants’.


We are collaborators, partners & mentors, helping you to solve your challenges, achieve  ambitions, and to build future capacity & expertise – as our Portfolio demonstrates.

We can work as dedicated advisors, or as part of a wider professional team.  

Our ethos is to be positive, approachable and constructively honest, and work hard – but always try to make it an enjoyable experience!

Want to know what inspires us?  Have a look at our Blog or follow our founding director’s Instagram.

Kerri has over 25 years’ experience in award-winning urban development, regeneration and  placemaking in cities across Europe, Asia and the Americas, including 2 Commonwealth Games and 3 European Capitals of Cultures. She is a frequent invited speaker, lecturer and mentor across the world, and:-

Kerri’s professional qualifications include:-

  • MSc International Planning & Urban Design and BSc (Hons) in Environmental Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
  • PG Diploma Urban Design, University of Westminster
  • International Project Management Association (IPMA-APM)
  • Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)

She is currently a PhD candidate at IST-University of Lisbon, investigating the way the COVID-19 pandemic will change the way we live & work in cities.

We operate our business to achieve the maximum possible “social value”. This means trying to achieve the maximum social, economic and environmental well-being in everything we do, and avoiding causing harm. We do this by:

  • Procuring local goods and services where possible and practicable.
  • Using public transport as standard, and only using our own vehicles when public transport is not a viable option; using technology to prevent unnecessary travel, such as video conferencing.
  • Recycling and using recycled products, for paper, packaging, glass, printer ink cartridges, batteries, etc; procuring socially-responsible goods such as certified Fairtrade and Ecocert Solidaire.
  • Using energy efficient devices and bulbs, and ensuring that unused items are switched off and not left on standby.
  • Paying more than the living wage to all our associates & support staff.
  • Using tools like ChromeLens to ensure our digital presence is accessible to those with visual impairments