Crowd planning for Glastonbury and London 2012 Olympics
An article by Movement Strategies Chairman, Simon Ancliffe, has been featured in the January 2017 edition of Perspectives in Public Health, SAGE Journals.
London has fallen - as Tube strike travel chaos hits again, what's the solution?
As UK plc begins to count the economic impact of today’s tube strike, questions of how we got to a place where stations are being evacuated and queues snake round some of Europe’s largest stations and when - not if - this will happen again, must be asked.
Crowd dynamics advice at Notting Hill Carnival
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 appointed to review passenger modelling undertaken for Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel Project
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.
Movement Strategies are delighted to be awarded for 'Contribution to Crowd Safety for Major Events'
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.
Capacity & Visitor Experience for MuSaMa, le Musée du savon de Marseille
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
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.
Join us at the Late Debate at London Transport Museum
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.
Winners of Paddington Place have been announced
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.
Growth Builder announces first cohort
48 businesses selected for growth programme designed by Government, universities, entrepreneurs and leading UK corporates.
Movement Strategies in the winning team for FC Barcelona's new palau blaugrana
FC Barcelona selected HOK and Barcelona-based TAC Arquitectes to design the New Palau Blaugrana.
Movement Strategies key to successful stadia planning applications
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 selected for Sheffield Smart Lab
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.
Movement Strategies to resell Crowd Connected’s Location Insight Platform
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 meets the UK Prime Minister
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
UK Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015 opens
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.