For clients seeking to deliver new homes – whether that is through new residential housing development, strategic land promotion, student accommodation, or build to rent (BTR) – Thirty4/7 Communications has the expertise required.
New housing is of critical importance for the country, yet rarely are there projects that elicit more local concern when they are proposed. Tackling the inevitable questions around construction, loss of land, traffic and infrastructure and general fear of the unknown is imperative from the outside when engaging stakeholders and communities on this issue.
The team at Thirty4/7 has wide ranging experience across strategic land promotion, green field development, and city centre regeneration. We’ve worked with national housebuilders, strategic land promoters, student accommodation providers and BTR investors to successfully assist through the pre-application process across the UK.
We have significant expertise across the South West of England, the Midlands, and Wales with team members integrally involved in the planning and political spheres across these regions. Get in touch to discuss how we may be able to assist your residential planning needs.
Case Study: Reuben & Morgan
Project: Lancaster Street and Curzon Circus Student Accommodation, Birmingham
Thirty4/7 Communications has provided political engagement and consultation support for several high profile Birmingham schemes and had to bring this experience to bear in support of Reuben & Morgan’s applications for purpose built student accommodation with over 1,000 high quality apartments (across the two schemes), as well as street frontage and public realm enhancements, and new use for brownfield sites in key locations within the City.
Case Study: Cotswold Homes
Project: Land West of Trinity Lane, Chipping Sodbury
Thirty4/7 Communications was appointed shortly prior to the initial Covid lockdown to deliver public consultation and political engagement support for Cotswold Homes new development on the northern edge of Chipping Sodbury, South Gloucestershire. Managing engagement through online and virtual consultation alongside strategic political engagement helped see this project successfully through the pre-application process.