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Our Work

We deliver community and economic development.

We offer a range of organisational management, economic and community development services to assist organisations to sustain their activity.

Our Work

Capacity Building and Organisational Development

Training and Capacity Building

We offer training and support to communities on a range of areas from training residents as community researchers to supporting groups on areas such as roles and responsibilities and communication.

Addressing Serious Youth Violence

Working with the Greater London Assembly on serious youth violence and working with Big Local areas on how this can be addressed by working together across agencies.

CB1 Community

We work with stakeholders on the CB1 Estate in Cambridge both in the initial facilitation of workshops for stakeholders and now in continuing community engagement work on the mixed use estate.

Local Trust

Big Local Rep for Wormley and Turnford, the Barnfield Estate in Greenwich, Farley Hill in Luton and Elthorne.

Grahame Park Theory of Change

We worked with WSA Community Consultants to develop and pilot a Theory of Change for Grahame Park regeneration involving community groups and stakeholders.

Community Hubs

We have worked with various partners on community centres and community hubs whether it is developing new hubs or working with existing hubs to support organisational development.

Bang Edutainment

We worked with Bang Edutainment to evaluate their NoLimitz project for young people. It demonstrated the great work they have done, and how they could expand their reach.

Stockwell Hall of Fame

We worked with Network Homes to carry out a consultation on Stockwell Hall of Fame, an internationally recognised graffiti wall in a Stockwell Estate.

Chalkhill Community Centre

We worked with Chalkhill Community Centre, supporting them through a period of change, helping them to gain new trustees, develop their processes and further their business plan.

Serious Youth Violence

Paul Bragman and Sian Penner have been working with a range of groups and communities across London and beyond to help tackle youth violence. Both, Paul and Sian have extensive facilitation and support experience in the field of serious youth violence.

The approach they take is to focus on challenging power imbalances as well as addressing the needs of the community; both of which are fundamental for community development. The aim of this approach is to have:

  •  A more successful community response in managing the complexity of youth violence.
  • A shared and collective approach to stopping the issue from increasing.
  • Increased support for those involved or affected by youth violence.
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