- Association of Independent Museums
- It's amazing where a sense of adventure takes you
- National Trust
- Almond Valley Heritage Centre
- Nottingham Castle
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We're thrilled that Rosalind Johnson has been appointed one of five consultants across the country to deliver the Prospering Boards programme for AIM, Association of Independent Museums. Members of the association can apply to AIM for governance and strategy support.
‘Through inventiveness, expertise and above all, a sense of adventure, Brooklands changed the world. Building on that amazing legacy, we will use those qualities to inspire future generations to shape their world’
It was back in 2012 that we worked with Brooklands Museum to uncover that long-term vision. It was the beginning of a memorable working relationship that helped them think strategically about the future and develop the £8.4m aviation factory project which opens today.
We're thrilled to be appointed by the National Trust to work with their team on Brownsea Island in Dorset. The task is wide and varied. Working with a client project team, we'll be spending nine months developing a plan to develop the visitor experience. There are two distinct areas we'll be working on; an interpretive framework that brings together a thematic approach across Brownsea and an island wide visitor experience master plan that future proofs experiences and facilities.
We're thrilled to hear this week that our client Nottingham Castle has secured £13.9m in funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. This is the most significant heritage regeneration project in the UK today.
A Different View were brought in by Nottingham City Council to develop a robust business plan and operational model and to support the visitor experience planning during the development phase of the project.
Nottingham Castle will be transformed into
Master Planning and Uncovering A Compelling Vision
Last year we were developing the reserves across the fens, this year we’re working with the RSPB again at Titchwell and the Mid Yare Reserves in Norfolk. The work is very much strategic, helping both reserves understand what a picture of the future looks like and how to go about master planning the reserves for people and for wildlife. The RSPB is the UK’s largest conservation charity, inspiring everyone to