Interpretation Action Plans/Strategy

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Has anyone had any consultatnts who have produced really good deliveable pieces of work around interpretation on schemes?

We are loooking for more of an action plan than an overarching strategic document.


Many thanks in advance




View Sarah Jeffery's profile Sarah Jeffery Aug 2 2017 - 1:15pm
  1. Hi Sarah,

    On Black to Green we are currently working with Differentia Ltd. Its two guys - Steve Pardue is the creative drive and Tim Crump is the information / research side. They're also able to pull on landscape architect expertise and artisan metalworkers etc. They're working on a Heart of the Forest Trail for us, taking work done at the Dev Stage by someone else, reviewing that, and taking us forward working with our community groups.

    Our projects makes links to the industrial heritage and natural heritage of the South Derbyshire / North West Leics coalfield, and they've shown a really good understanding.

    Hope that helps!



  2. View Bethan Scragg's profile Bethan Scragg
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  3. Hi -also working with Differentia and woidl recommend.  They are based in Hexham.


  4. View Karen Daglish's profile Karen Daglish
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  5. Hi Sarah

    I'm not sure where you're based but we're currently working with Abound Design and CMC Associates on an exhibition with a very quick turnaround time. Very impressed so far, very knoweldgible and motivated group of folk. They are based in Peebles but were working in Ireland recently so I'm sure geography isn't a barrier.

    We have also been working with Icecream Architecture based in Glasgow, to engage local communities and schools with local artists - the project is called Make Your Way and has a dedicated page on our website -

    I realise neither of these is action planning specifically, but I would have no qualms about contracting such work to either.

  6. View Ewan Bachell's profile Ewan Bachell
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