Based in the heart of the UK’s capital, Snapdragon London specialises in Built Environment communications in London and the South East. 

Based in the heart of the UK’s capital, Snapdragon London specialises in Built Environment communications. As part of the larger Snapdragon at PLMR team, we deliver intelligent and bespoke communications support, securing positive coverage for our clients in the trade, local, and national press, as well as persuading local audiences, including residents and local government.

London was the original home of Snapdragon and continues to be our busiest office. We are proud to work with clients on both ends of the spectrum, including some of the country’s largest housebuilders, and smaller start-up firms. 

Over the years, we have become known for our expertise, particularly in boroughs such as Tower Hamlets, Brent, and Wandsworth. The team is proud to have worked across all four corners of the Capital, and from Havering to Richmond and Croydon to Harrow, we have experience of helping our clients to obtain planning consents.

We also engage with all other levels of government, and have a deep understanding of the inner workings of the Greater London Assembly and the Mayor of London’s office, with colleagues having been seconded to City Hall to provide strategic advice in recent months. 

We also operate outside of London in the wider South East, having undertaken a number of projects in Kent, Sussex, and the wider Home Counties.

We’ve worked on a range of projects across London and the South East, including:

  • Achieving consent for Berkley Homes and their 900 unit South Quay Plaza site on the Isle of Dogs
  • Securing a Local Plan allocation and political support for a 3,000 home garden village in Kent
  • Delivering national public affairs work for FTSE250 company Workspace with important policy makers in Whitehall, Westminster and within the GLA
  • Obtaining consent for the redevelopment of Crystal Palace FC’s Main Stand at Selhurst Park
  • Crafting detailed and large-scale consultation strategies to achieve successful consent for the regeneration of Wokingham Town Centre