Steve Bryson : COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANT

M:  +44(0)7970 639 301

STEVE BRYSON has worked closely with members of the Rivington Land team since 2001 – with his main focus being on managing the PR, communications and marketing of our developments throughout the planning, pre-letting and construction phases.

 

As well as producing our project presentation materials and the marketing collateral for our leasing teams to use, he organises and manages the necessary pre-application stakeholder and public engagement during the planning stages of our projects.

 

In fact, he is very probably the UK’s most experienced practitioner in that field, having started to specialise in this work in the mid 1980s – long before the requirement for pre-application community engagement was incorporated into government planning policy.

 

As a result, he now has experience of more than 50 major development schemes, many of which have been in conservation conscious or otherwise sensitive locations. And, where development proposals have proved controversial he has pioneered innovative engagement strategies and used tactics such as opinion polling to help prove the existence of majority public support for proposed schemes in challenging environments where public debate can be dominated by small but very vocal groups.

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Steve Bryson : COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER (CONSULTANT)

M:  +44(0)7970 639 301

Back to TEAM page 

STEVE BRYSON has worked closely with members of the Rivington Land team since 2001 – with his main focus being on managing the PR, communications and marketing of our developments throughout the planning, pre-letting and construction phases.

 

As well as producing our project presentation materials and the marketing collateral for our leasing teams to use, he organises and manages the necessary pre-application stakeholder and public engagement during the planning stages of our projects.

 

In fact, he is very probably the UK’s most experienced practitioner in that field, having started to specialise in this work in the mid 1980s – long before the requirement for pre-application community engagement was incorporated into government planning policy.

 

As a result, he now has experience of more than 50 major development schemes, many of which have been in conservation conscious or otherwise sensitive locations. And, where development proposals have proved controversial he has pioneered innovative engagement strategies and used tactics such as opinion polling to help prove the existence of majority public support for proposed schemes in challenging environments where public debate can be dominated by small but very vocal groups.