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With consultations on libraries, parks, green spaces and landlord licensing gaining lots of public attention, Bristol City Council’s consultation on its City Centre Framework seems to have gone under the political radar. The City Centre Framework aims to outline what Bristol City Centre will look like in the future and includes ambitious plans on transport, employment, retail, housing, open spaces and the public realm. The final framework will be used to inform planning, investment and transport decisions in central Bristol in the future, meaning the agreed framework will affect Bristol’s built environment for years to come.
April 23, 2018 – becg, the UK’s largest specialist communications agency for the Built Environment and ranked number 78 in today’s PRWeek Top 150 UK PR Consultancies league table 2018, has expanded its Manchester-based North Region team with the appointment of Tom Morrison as Associate Director.
Almost 12 months on from his election as the region’s first Metro Mayor becg considers what we can expect next from the ever-bullish Steve Rotheram as he continues to assert himself in the role.
Leading Built Environment communications agency marked International Women’s Day with director appointment of first woman named Sunday Times ‘Best Leader’
Built Environment Communications Group (becg) engages Shine Communications Founder Rachel Bell as non-executive director.