Coherent Cities helps organisations communicate, collaborate and compete more coherently, based on the premise that all successes – and most failures – come back to people. We believe the way to give projects and teams more traction is by helping the people involved be more effective, whether that’s through confidence, sector intelligence, inclusion, finding common language or finding the right partners.
Director Lisa Taylor is the connector and core of the company, delivering the services on this site. We also coordinate associate input, adding socio-economic, placemaking and masterplanning consultancy; political, policy and demographic research; sustainability assessment; cross-sector recruiting; organisational development and more.
Let’s find out what you need – and help you get there.
Our online engagement platform reduces the risks of regeneration, housing and infrastructure projects through open and diverse community engagement. Website
London’s independent cross-sector hub for built-environment best practice, connection, professional development and sector intelligence. Website
LCA is an intelligence-led PR company delivering practical, informed communications advice and implementation for public and private sector. Website
We’re helping visionary people put thought, care, ambition and quality back into housing. Founder Claire Bennie has been named Chair of the Design Advisory Group for Meridian Water Phases 1 & 2. Website
Community engagement specialists for housing, regeneration and social value. Website
Paul Augarde Consulting – An award-winning placemaking strategist, Paul works with public- and private-sector clients on broad-based regeneration schemes. His specialisms are socio-economic and cultural place-based strategies and projects which support resilient mixed communities. LinkedIn
Catherine Max – Catherine is all about improving health and reducing health inequalities through social and environmental sustainability, with a particular interest in urban design. She has extensive experience in strategy, governance, programme development and facilitation, and she blogs about place and wellbeing here.