Lattice Property, the company which manages the sell-off of British
Gas sites, has rationalised its regional PR.
Springboard PR, based in Tonbridge, which handled Lattice's work for the
east of England, has been dropped after five years.
Bristol-based agency JBP, which handles the west of England remit,
including Wales, takes on Springboard's area.
Hamilton-based agency Proscot continues to handle Lattice's regional PR
in Scotland and northern England. Both began working with Lattice five
The reshuffle follows a review conducted in-house at Lattice, with
assistance from Luther Pendragon, which has tackled an overall strategic
brief with the company since 1994, when it was part of British Gas.
Partner Ben Rich, who heads the five-strong Luther team, said JBP and
Proscot won the regional remits from a shortlist of six agencies, which
The JBP team is headed by consultants Karen White, Kieran Harris and
'These sites are often in the town centre, very visible and a vital part
of urban regeneration,' said Hembrow.
Proscot's seven-strong team is headed by CEO Alan McGuinnes. Both
agencies report to Lattice business manager Linda Maynard.
British Gas Properties was created as a separate company in 1994 and
renamed Lattice last year. Since 1994 the number of properties it
manages has been reduced from 1,800 to 800.
One of its most famous former sites is the Greenwich peninsular, now
home to the Millennium Dome.