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Directory of Members

London Communications Agency Ltd

Company Name: London Communications Agency Ltd
Contact Name: Luke Blair
Address: 8th Floor
Berkshire House
168-173 High Holborn
United Kingdom
Phone Number: 020 7612 8480
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Membership Status: Full
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About London Communications Agency Ltd

We are an award-winning specialist consultancy focusing on London and London issues. From the Olympics to swine ‘flu, major transport projects to long term regeneration schemes, we are experts in communicating change and shaping opinion.

Our clients use us to:

• Manage media relations
• Inform business strategies
• Win bids and contracts
• Build relations with key targets
• Run consultations and campaigns
• Organise events
• Help deliver planning permissions
• Handle crises
• Audit reputations
• Supply intelligence.

Our team brings together more than 20 talented professionals with experience of journalism, politics, business and government, all of whom have a passion for London.

Everything we do is informed by in-depth knowledge and understanding. We read over 100 local, regional, national and trade titles in our office and have a dedicated digital social media team. We closely monitor national and local government, the Greater London Authority Group and the complex network of other organisations important to our clients.

Together with associates such as graphic designers, planning consultants and event managers, we help clients achieve their business objectives. Our track record includes:

• Advising on successful bids for major London projects including the Olympics, Crossrail and the Docklands Light Railway, together worth nearly £20bn

• Working for seven of the top ten regeneration projects in the UK, including King's Cross, Wembley and Greenwich Peninsula, which have together unlocked over £15bn of value

• Clients who are among the biggest brands in sport, including Chelsea, Spurs, MCC and the Tour de France

• Managing challenging issues across the public, private and voluntary sectors, such as changes to health services, housing, schools, police facilities and waste plants

• Working on every transport mode in London including the Royal Opening of St Pancras International, the modernisation of the Tube network, revitalising the capital's canals and the London cycle hire scheme.

LCA is now 14 years old and goes from strength to strength. We are proud of our success and the success of our clients, and we love what we do.
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