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we help our clients build happy places

we are proud to work alongside clients and partners who share our values and our belief that active travel is at the heart of positive change.



This is a selection of partners we've worked or tendered with.

Work with Bespoke, a sole trader enterprise that draws on its founder's experience of delivering public engagement for LB Waltham Forest's 'Mini-Holland' programme.

City Infinity, a sole trader enterprise run by a Fellow of the Institute of Highways and Transportation, whose focus is designing infrastructure for walking and cycling.

Commonplace, a map-based community engagement and involvement platform.

CycleHoop, a well established company that designs, builds and operates  innovative, centrally-managed cycle parking solutions, including the well-known residential cycle hangar and high capacity cycle storage hubs.

Cycling UK, Living Streets, Wheels for Wellbeing and Sustrans, charities that work for cyclists, pedestrians and disabled cyclists across the country. We are currently working as a consortium to provide strategic review and support for emerging Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans.

EcoResponsive Environments is a new urbanist and architectural practice founded in 2018. Its first major experience was to win the Letchworth Garden City extension competition in the face of stiff competition, including from ActivePlanning! We are now working as sub-consultants on an exciting new mixed used masterplan in Runcorn that embeds filtered permeability and sustainable travel as a key design principle.

Hegson's, a planning and engineering consultancy based in Milton Keynes and Cork. We are proud to be working with Hegsons and their clients, Louth County Council to develop a series of regeneration masterplans in the Republic of Ireland.

Landsmith Associates, a Bristol-based consultancy that is led by a Fellow of the Landscape Institute. Together with other services, the consultancy delivers green infrastructure strategies and biodiversity plans for clients in London and the South West.

Maps4Planners, a specialist planning GIS consultancy.

Mikhail Riches, an architecture practice that aims to improve the quality of housing and place-making.

MobilityLab, a tech based transport platform that uses exciting new methods to engage with all audiences.

MP Smarter Travel, a small consultancy that focuses mainly on school travel planning, behaviour change, pollution monitoring, cargo-bike logistics, business and public engagement and cycle hire.

Open Accessame, a sole trader enterprise run by an accredited access consultant whose main interests are public realm design and walking (no website).

Phil Jones Associates (PJA) an innovative transport planning and engineering consultancy, and one of a small group of practitioners who have 'led the field' of cycle infrastructure design. PJA also produces scheme visualisations.

PTRC, a transport practitioner's training organisation that delivers integrated knowledge across the profession.

Tartan Jigsaw, a project management company specialising in regeneration, heritage and tourism projects. Includes expertise in community engagement.

Tibbaldsa planning and urban design consultancy based in south London. The company focuses on good design and taking complex proposals smoothly through the planning process.

Transport Initiatives LLP, a group of independent practitioners who work together on detailed, on-site walking and cycling network analysis based on the national Bikeability curriculum.


Urban Movement, a small company with a big influence that pushes boundaries with people-focused streetscape, landscape and urban design.

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