Whether it’s getting planning permission for new infrastructure, dealing with the challenges of launching new transport products and services, or managing the fall-out from service disruption, PLMR understands the issues and challenges that transport clients face.
Our specialist team includes former parliamentary candidates and councillors, experts who have advised the Mayor of London and his opponents, campaigners in favour of additional runways and high-speed rail and the successful opponents of the extension of the London Congestion Charge, and professionals who have worked for Transport for London, Crossrail and BBC London News.
We know that clients in the transport and infrastructure sectors need to establish and maintain close, effective relationships with stakeholders, policy makers and passengers that stand the test of time.
Working closely with private companies, regulators, social enterprises and trade associations, our experience has seen us assemble wide-ranging coalitions and position our clients at the forefront of the debate, protecting them in times of crisis, raising their profile and helping them enter new markets.
At PLMR we are proud of the quality and creativity of our corporate communications services and we have supplied timely and effective support to clients on the most challenging and sensitive of briefs.
We have worked with clients of all sizes, across a diverse range of modes, providing them with high-level political and media counsel, public and media relations, issues and crisis management, digital marketing services, planning permission advice, social media and integrated campaign strategies. No matter what your objectives are, our team can help to tailor and deliver a strategy of work that will boost awareness and achieve your goals effectively.
To find out how our specialist team of PR and public relations consultants could help achieve your objectives in the transport and infrastructure sector, contact us today.
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