Clients include:
Bank of England
The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. Sometimes known as the 'Old Lady' of Threadneedle Street, the Bank was founded in 1694, nationalised on 1 March 1946, and gained independence in 1997.

Berkeley Homes
Founded in 1976, Berkeley Homes is committed to providing quality new build houses and apartments in London and the South East. In recent years the Company has broadened its portfolio from its traditional detached developments to include a multiplicity of medium to large-scale developments.

British Museum
A museum of the world, for the world. The British Museum's collection of seven million objects representing the rich history of human cultures mirrors the city of London's global variety. In no other museum can the visitor see so clearly the history of what it is to be human.

Bromford Group
In the housing business for over 40 years, the Bromford Group owns 25,000 homes across central England. The group has built a reputation for quality, reliability and performance and has won national awards for customer service excellence.

Calthorpe Estates
Committed to sustainable development, Calthorpe Estates is a leading property developer and investor responsible for the regeneration of the prestigious Calthorpe Estate in Edgbaston.

CityWest Homes
Responsible for managing Westminster City Council's 22,000 homes, CityWest was established in 2002 as one of England's first Arms Length Management Organisations (ALMOs). CityWest is committed to providing good quality homes and excellent housing services.

The Crown Estate
With a property portfolio encompassing many of the UK’s cityscapes, ancient forests, farms, parkland, coastline and communities, The Crown Estate’s role as employer, influencer, manager, guardian, facilitator and revenue creator is unique.

Joseph Rowntree Foundation
One of the largest social policy research and development charities in the UK, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation is active in a number of sectors including housing, where their aim is to contribute to the building and development of strong, cohesive and sustainable communities.

National Museums Liverpool
The national gallery of the north, the Walker Art Gallery is one of the finest art galleries in Europe, housing British and European art from medieval times to the 21st century.

North Hertfordshire Homes
One of the largest Registered Social Landlords in Hertfordshire, North Hertfordshire Homes (NHH) provides around 8,200 homes for rent. As part of their major five year improvement programme, they will achieve and exceed the government's Decent Homes Standard two years ahead of the 2010 deadline.

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
Sandwell MBC Housing’s responsibility is to ensure that there is appropriate housing available for everyone who lives in Sandwell.

Swan Housing Group
Essex based, Swan Housing Group came into being in the late 1990s and today manages over 7,600 homes in Essex, Suffolk and East London.  One of the country’s leading housing associations with a significant development programme, Swan is committed to providing high quality, affordable homes.

Telford & Wrekin Council
One of the top performing councils in the West Midlands, Telford & Wrekin Council is rated as a four star authority by the Audit Commission - an independent watchdog.

UK Trade & Investment - Trade Partners UK
Providing business opportunities, expert trade advice and support to UK-based companies wishing to grow their business overseas. Alternatively, providing practical assistance to international companies establishing and expanding their business in the UK.

University College London
University College London is one of the premier universities in the UK, renowned for its commitment to research and innovation. With a student community of around 19,000 the university is largely based on three main campuses in and around central London.

Waldegrave School
Located in Twickeham, Waldegrave School for Girls is a highly successful secondary school with a reputation for achieving consistently high grades at GCSE.

Wolverhampton City Council
As part of its housing strategy for Wolverhampton, the Council is committed to ensuring there is an adequate supply of housing which meets the needs and aspirations of all members of  the community (and especially people with special needs, or who are vulnerable) and to ensure that all housing stock in Wolverhampton is in good condition.