Engage. Communicate. Facilitate (ECF) is a communication and stakeholder engagement consultancy specialising in high profile planning, construction, infrastructure and regeneration projects throughout the UK.
ECF is committed to delivering to ethical, authentive and innovative community and stakeholder engagement programmes and we pride ourselves on always providing bespoke solutions for our clients.
To achieve this end, ECF draws upon the expertise of UK based specialists and we combine that expertise with innovative engagement methodologies taken from around the world to deliver best practice campaigns for our clients.
ECF are closely tied to one of Australia's leading consultancies, Kathy Jones Associates (KJA). In return, ECF provides market intelligence and insight to KJA's clients, with a particular focus on the UK's growing Build to Rent (BTR) market and other flexible asset classes.
Our outlook is global but our focus is always local.
- Public Relations
- Community & Stakeholder Engagement
- Public Affairs
What does your digital footprint say about you and how does that affect the success of your property development endeavours?
June 6, 2019
The ECF approach is the right approach
I have had the pleasure of working with ECF's senior team in the past and i'm very glad to see the growth of a communications agency that places such high importance on delivering truly impactful and meaningful engagement.
The advice that they are able to provide and the strategies that they are able to put into action benefit not only those developing and investing in real estate/infrastructure, but also the communities in which they operate.
If you are looking for a consultancy that will help you deliver and gain planning approval for sustainable projects alongside positive social impacts, ECF are the obvious choice.
ECF are new to London but we have worked with the main partners over many years and they provide a very versatile, up to date and pro-active service. They go beyond the norm and really come up with solutions that work.