22 year track record of:

 

Creative Ideas

Intelligent Solutions

Tangible Results

Our Expertise & What We Do

Over 22 years we have developed a track record of expertise and success in the following:

Capital Development

We support capital projects from initial concept on to feasibility studies and business planning and though to securing major funding. We are experienced in pulling together complex projects requiring partnership investment from major funders including Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund, Big Lottery and the European Regional Development Fund

Business Planning

We help clients develop business strategies and produce business plans which help organisations thrive and deliver their goals. We produce robust and compelling documentation which creates confidence in an organisation's future.

Evaluation & Research

We undertake evaluations to help clients measure the impact of their work in order to make them more effective and to demonstrate to funders and other stakeholders the value of what they do. Alongside this we provide a range of research services including economic impact studies, surveys and data analysis.

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Appointed by Penlee House gallery & Museum to develop a Round One Heritage Lottery Fund application

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Appointed by Hall For Cornwall to write the Business Plan for the HLF Round Two Capital Application

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Appointed by Royal Cornwall Museum to work with Purcell & Tricolor Associates on business planning and spatial strategy

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Continuing to work with Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival on final preparations for Capital Project and future business models


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Appointed by Penzance Town Centre Regeneration Board to manage Section 106 funds, develop long term strategy and secure resources for delivery

 

 

 

 

What our clients say

ILFRACOMBE SEA FRONT REGENERATION FOR N. DEVON COUNCIL - “Overall very pleased with performance, exceeded expectations, added much value and in a very challenging timescale.” Ellen Vernon, North Devon Council