We're a team that's creating a positive and sustainable future for communities everywhere.
We're changing how communities and planners connect, forever
Our mission is to accelerate the development of smart, sustainable, and people-focused places, and we do this by making it easy for anyone to influence planning decisions.
Our SaaS engagement platform and analytics solution, PlaceBuilder, helps Government and urban planners collaborate with communities on ambitious schemes. Our clients already include HM Government, Scottish Government, Devon County Council, Lewisham Council, on schemes covering 10,000 people to 3 million! We regularly feature in UK Government PropTech showcases.
We’re female-founded, UK owned, revenue-fuelled and backed by Innovate UK, Geovation, Social Tech Trust. We have also been selected as one of the highest quality Public Purpose Technology startups in the world by industry experts Stateup21.
Annette's background is in advancing major sustainable transport infrastructure. She helped peak recycling rates through public engagement for Westminster City Council. First NIC Young Professionals Panellist. MSci in Natural Sciences Cambridge University.
Prof Mark Tewdwr-Jones
One of the world's leading planning experts, Mark regularly publishes on community engagement in planning, with a particular focus in interactive participation. Professor of Cities and Regions at University College London.
Interaction designer and computer scientist, with extensive experience in creating novel and state of the art products for Apple, Google and media clients like U2, as well as leading music app Koala Sampler.
Enterprise software sales for major global software including Oracle and SAP, and in construction and infrastructure sectors. University Dissertation on Urban Planning & Peoples Mobility as part of his Geography Degree.
Join Our Team!
This year in 2022 we are growing the team to build new interactive, data-rich features and strengthen the product architecture to support our growing client base, and build on our customer success framework.
We are a team of 10 who are passionate about communities and our customers. We are primarily a remote company, but we love to get together and connect in real life. We meet up once a month in London to brainstorm new ideas, collaborate and grab a drink. If you’re excited by the potential of working on some of the most important projects in democratic planning today to create a more positive and sustainable future, we’d love to hear from you.