Housing charity Shelter has appointed Lawson Lucas Mendelsohn as
its first public affairs agency in five years.
The charity shortlisted five public affairs agencies, believed to
include Westminster Strategy and Political Context. LLM’s first task
will be to carry out an audit into the perception of Shelter by the
Government and wider political audiences.
The agency will advise Shelter on a housing review initiated by
environment, transport and regions minister Hilary Armstrong.
Neil Robinson, head of campaigns for Shelter, said that LLM will offer
strategic advice, while the in-house communications team focuses on
building relationships with the Government.