BirkenEd’s Place is a community hub based in the heart of Birkenhead. Birkenhead is going through an enormous transformation over a 20 year period, and we want local people to shape what happens
Iron Line, a project to sensitively enhance an RSPB nature reserve and coastal lagoon to provide more accessible paths, visitors’ building/facilities, and other route enhancements
PLACED worked alongside One Manchester, Buttress and other partners to deliver community and stakeholder engagement activities on the future of Grey Mare Lane estate.
Liverpool City Council have revisited the vision and key projects for Anfield, with plans for various sites in the area to be transformed.
PLACED worked with the Common Good team, along with partner organisation in the Left Bank Collective and Wirral Council to create an interactive event seeking to contribute to discussion of the future of Birkenhead.
During September 2018, we worked with the University of Liverpool School of Environmental Science to deliver Ed’s Place in Liverpool city centre’s former George Henry Lee department store.
Bury Council required a ten-year strategy to guide the Council’s approach to driving forward economic growth. The Strategy needed to reflect their diverse towns and neighbourhoods and set out Bury’s position in the wider Greater
Wirral Council commissioned PLACED to deliver in-person engagement to inform the designs of two masterplans: Birkenhead Town Centre and St Werburgh’s.
Pendle Borough Council have appointed a multi-disciplinary consultancy team to prepare masterplans to guide the role, function and physical development and regeneration of Colne, Earby and Barnoldswick centres
Wirral Council were part way through their process to create a linear green space in a former railway corridor in Birkenhead.
PLACED has delivered activities and events to engage people in Liverpool City Region’s first Spatial Development Strategy since 2019.
PLACED were commissioned by Halewood Town Council in 2022 to complement work being completed to deliver engagement on the refurbishment of the Arncliffe Sports and Community Centre in Halewood.