Creative, innovative and customer-focused strategies for development projects and places

Projects of Place collaborates with clients and their project teams to conceptualise, articulate, organise and deliver inspiring, innovative and community-minded placemaking concepts and property developments.

From the creation of insightful strategies that respond to a project’s unique opportunities, risks and commercial objectives, through to detailed tactical plans for implementation, Projects of Place can add value at any stage of the development process with advisory expertise and project management services. 

Our experience spans more than 30 development projects, delivering on visionary schemes for leading developers in the UK, Europe and Australia including regeneration, residential, commercial, mixed-use, hospitality and social spaces.

EXPERTISE

Placemaking vision & strategy // Brand strategy // Meanwhile use & site activation // Customer experience // Community engagement // Project management // Strategic project marketing & communications // Innovation // Project launch & events // Stakeholder management // Brand & commercial partnerships // Cultural partnerships & sponsorships // Art & culture // Public realm // Social impact // Market insights //

RECENT PROJECTS

Canada Water London mixed-use regeneration by Sellar and Notting Hill Genesis // Hurstville Sydney mixed-use precinct by Fridcorp // Shard Place London Bridge luxury residential by Sellar // Chiswick Gate London residential development by Berkeley Group // Queens Gardens Croydon by HUB Group UK with Conductor // Lilli Melbourne mixed-use development by Fridcorp // Build to rent and private sale residential development at The Old Vinyl Factory London by HUB Group UK with Conductor // London co-work innovation hub by Sellar // Hyde Park luxury residential by Fenton Whelan with Conductor // Infarm vertical farming at The Atlas Building for Rocket Properties with Conductor // Street Feast Hawker Hall London night food market for Sellar & Notting Hill Genesis //

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