Over the past 3 years we have collaborated with the Consumer Data Research Centre’s (CDRC) MSc dissertation programme, providing University students with the opportunity to conduct research with one of our proprietary data sets.
For the past year, we have been sharing our technical expertise and experience as an input to the drafting process of the 6th edition of the Guide to Safety at Sports Ground.
We have been appointed to develop a vertical circulation strategy for the peak construction phases for 22 Bishopsgate, London’s latest skyscraper.
To service our growing pipeline of work we’ve significantly grown our team in the last 4 months, across both the Movement Consulting and Movement Analytics teams.
Movement Strategies has been commissioned by the National Museum of Denmark (Nationalmuseet) to conduct a visitor movement study of its Prince’s Mansion site in central Copenhagen.
Movement Strategies has been appointed as a people movement specialist in a team led by Kathryn Gustafson from Gustafson Porter and Bowman, to develop new design proposals for the wider Eiffel Tower site in Paris.
Movement Strategies are delighted to announce Dr Steve Gwynne will be joining the team from 29th October.
Movement Strategies are delighted to have advised on crowd movement for Allianz Riviera Stadium in Nice, a multi-use stadium with a capacity of 36,000, used mainly for football.
Managing Director, Simon Babes, has been appointed to the Railway Industry Association (RIA) Board. Simon joins the Board, which includes Chief Executives and Senior Directors from across the rail industry, as Chair of the SME Group where he leads activities promoting the role of RIA’s small and medium sized members.
Accreditation of suppliers is increasingly becoming an important component of our Client’s assurance framework and Movement Strategies continues to secure accreditation from relevant bodies. Recent milestones include Cyber Essentials Plus certification and Constructionline Level 2 accreditation and we continue to work towards ISO27001 accreditation.
Simon Babes, Movement Strategies’ Managing Director joined a UK Rail Delegation, led by Lord Faulkner, the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Taiwan, to Taipei on 29 and 30 January 2018. The 2 day Trade Mission included meetings with the Minister of Transport and Communications (MOTC), Department of Rapid Transit Systems of Taipei City, Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation, other City Metro authorities, Taiwan Railway Administration and the Bureau of High Speed Rail.
We have been commissioned by Greenshaw High School to analyse the circulation of students throughout the school to help them to plan for the movement of students between classes.
Movement Strategies are pleased to announce their recent appointment as part of the design team led by BDP to masterplan the redevelopment of Manchester Airport’s Ground Transport Interchange (GTI).
Andrew Graham has joined Movement Strategies’ Board of Directors as a Non-Executive Director.
Congratulations to Christian Tonge who has won the runners-up prize for his dissertation titled "An exploration of mobile data: towards proximity based passenger sensing on public transport".
Movement Strategies has been appointed by Historic Environment Scotland to review visitor flow, behaviour and experience at Edinburgh Castle.
Movement Strategies are delighted to have been appointed by GOLDOC and Department of Transport and Main Roads for Queensland, via Jacobs, providing crowd movement advice for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Movement Strategies is advising Siemens as they design their next generation trains for the European market.
Movement Strategies has supported the UK Government’s Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) on high profile infrastructure projects including London 2012.
Movement Strategies was commissioned by the Notting Hill Strategic Partners Group to advise on crowd dynamics at the Notting Hill Carniva, the largest Carnival in Europe, held in West London over 3 days in August every year.
The Yas Arena will be the first multi-purpose arena in Abu Dhabi and will be the anchor for the East end of Yas Bay.
We were commissioned in early 2015 by Quintain to provide support across a wide range of design and operational workstreams associated with the development of the Masterplan for Wembley Park.
The Glasgow Queen Street Station redevelopment is part of the £742 million Scottish government’s Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP) to upgrade the intercity rail infrastructure to provide an 8 million passenger capacity increase by 2030.
DIT wants to ensure that the pavilion provides an outstanding experience for the visiting public and VIPs, thereby enhancing the international reputation of the UK.
Simon Ancliffe, Chairman of Movement Strategies, will be speaking at the People Movement and Management Show on 19 July 2017 in Derby.
This year Movement Strategies' Civic + Cultural team will be exhibiting and speaking at the Museum and Heritage show on 17-18 May at Olympia.
The National Army Museum has reopened its doors to the public this month after a two year redevelopment programme.
InnovateUK funded proof of concept will provide a model for Transport for Greater Manchester to deliver demand-based public transport services.
A new and exclusive programme, The Mayor's International Business Programme supports international growth ambitions.
Movement Strategies have joined the the TravelSpirit network, a highly dynamic collaborative community project.
An article by Movement Strategies Chairman, Simon Ancliffe, has been featured in the January 2017 edition of Perspectives in Public Health, SAGE Journals.
We are pleased to have been appointed by the Notting Hill Carnival Strategic Partners Group to provide expert crowd dynamics advice for the Carnival.
Movement Strategies have been appointed by the Aurecon, Jacobs, Mott Macdonald Joint Venture (AJM) to undertake a review of work done to date to assess the time taken for passengers to board and alight trains in Melbourne, once the Metro Tunnel Project has been implemented.
This award recognises the role Movement Strategies played in leading the development of crowd modelling & consultancy for major events to make them safer, while making them more enjoyable for visitors and successful for organisers.
Movement Strategies have been selected for another project in France, to support the development of the MuSaMa, le Musée du savon de Marseille.
Sheffield Smart Lab was launched in summer 2015, calling out to entrepreneurs and innovators across the world who had forward-thinking solutions to the challenges faced by Sheffield currently and in the decades to come.
Movement Strategies will be taking part in the London Transport Museum’s first ever Late Debate which takes place on the evening of Thursday 28 July.
Movement Strategies are pleased to be part of the winning team in the Create Streets Paddington Place Competition, which was awarded to JTP and Civic Voice, for the highest quality urban design proposal.
48 businesses selected for growth programme designed by Government, universities, entrepreneurs and leading UK corporates.
FC Barcelona selected HOK and Barcelona-based TAC Arquitectes to design the New Palau Blaugrana.
We are delighted by the news that the planning applications for Tottenham Hotspur and AFC Wimbledon’s new stadia were both approved this week, thanks to consultancy from Movement Strategies.
Movement Strategies are delighted to have been selected by Ferrovial, Sheffield City Council and Amey to take part in ‘Sheffield Smart Lab’. Sheffield Smart Lab is a tremendous opportunity for the private sector to demonstrate how pioneering work can support the strengthening of our cities and promote Sheffield as a city of innovation.
Award-winning technology start-up Crowd Connected Ltd, developer of the patent-pending Colocator platform, today announced it has signed a major collaboration agreement with Movement Strategies.
Simon Ancliffe, CEO of Movement Strategies met UK Prime Minister David Cameron, and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi at the UK’s National Day at Milan Expo 2015
The UK Pavilion at the Milan Expo has opened its doors to the public on 1st May. In keeping with the Expo’s theme, Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life, the Hive designed by artist Wolfgang Buttress and architects BDP follows the plight and journey of the bee through a typical British garden.