All the “B’s” hit the headlines this week
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Springing into action in Weekly PR agency video
All the bees are buzzing in a Spring edition of HPR TV this week. Our big headlines feature Banks Property easing traffic congestion for a local community, the latest student design winner and their eye-controlled wheelchair with Blackwood Housing and Care and Bell Ingram are doing some spring cleaning with a new refurb for a Skoda Showroom.
Banks Property have been told that their plan for a link road between the proposed Glenboig property development and Gartcosh business park is a preferred choice by North Lanarkshire Council. The new road will not only link to the business park but create an easier commute for the growing community to the loacal train station and the M73.
We targeted local titles for Banks, to continue developing a strong relationship with the local community. Coverage appeared from the Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser and the Daily Record online.
Blackwood Housing and Care
Following up last week’s Blackwood student design competition, we announced the winner to the media on behalf of Blackwood. The 2015 winner, Oxford biomedical engineer Kirubin Pillay, collected his award at the Blackwood HQ in Edinburgh last week, where he met Colin Foskett from the Blackwood foundation and Blackwood chief executive Fanchea Kelly.
As well as the prestigious trophy, Kirubin will receive funding to continue developing his eye-controlled wheelchair, as well as expert legal and technical advice from Blackwood’s partners’ that took part in the competition panel.
Blackwood’s story featured in a host of care titles including The Carer and housing Scotland today, and in The Evening Times and The Edinburgh Evening News.
If you thought Bell Ingram was just a legal and land agent, think again. Their Design Division have completed their first project. And for none other that international car manufacturer, Skoda.
The team were tasked to refurbish the dealer’s showroom in the west end of Edinburgh.
This story was picked up across The Herald, The Press and Journal, The Edinburgh Evening News and the Economic Voice.
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