Gough Bailey Wright has collaborated with Bromsgrove District Council to refresh the branding of its multi-million pound regeneration project.
Bromsgrove Council’s regeneration team and our creative department have worked closely to produce a new logo which reflects Bromsgrove’s exciting plans for the future and its regeneration aim of “˜Building a Better Bromsgrove’ for everyone.
Launched in May, the new branding celebrates an exciting time for Bromsgrove, with plans for a £2million revitalisation of the High Street and key town centre sites also currently being marketed to developers.
Our digital team has advised on and designed a new website for the regeneration of Bromsgrove, which is currently being built in-house by the Councils IT team.
Due to be launched in July, the website will be used to promote Bromsgrove’s huge potential to investors and showcase several key town centre development sites suitable for retail, leisure facilities and homes. It will also endorse the town’s many benefits highlighting why Bromsgrove is a great place to live, work and visit.
Michelle Wright, client services director and partner at Gough Bailey Wright said:
“We are used to supporting large scale regeneration projects, and as a Bromsgrove based company we are delighted to have been able to support major local regeneration plans”.
“We hope to continue to support the project in the future and be ambassadors for the town in their mission of “˜Building a Better Bromsgrove'”.
Bromsgrove District Council’s Portfolio Holder for Town Centre Regeneration, Cllr Del Booth said: “We’re proud to support local businesses, which are central to the work of the town centre regeneration partnership. From the website for potential investors to find out more about opportunities in Bromsgrove, to the marketing of key development sites being made available in the town centre, work to grow our local economy continues.”