Urban regen body shifts brief to M&N

The British Urban Regeneration Association (BURA) has switched agencies in a bid to boost its media coverage.

The regeneration trade body will use Surrey-based M&N Associates to raise its public profile. Fifteen companies submitted credentials and four pitched for the account. BURA was formed in 1990 as a not-for-profit organisation to promote regeneration best practice.
M&N director Martin Winch will head up the project, reporting to BURA chief executive Jon Ladd. M&N replaces six-year
incumbent Tamesis Business Communications, who declined to repitch.

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