Our Clients

Our clients

The proportion of clients which repeatedly use our services and recommend us to others confirms the quality of our work and our commitment to long-term trust-based relationships.

We work for/advise an extensive range of agencies; government departments, national agencies, NGBs, local and health authorities, universities, trusts, developers, professional/voluntary clubs, social enterprises and other bodies.

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Sport England


KKP works extensively with Sport England both on projects it funds directly and as a result of investment it makes via national governing bodies of sport (NGBs), local authorities and other third party agencies.

  • Strategic Frameworks: our appointment as partner consultants endorsed and confirmed Sport England’s satisfaction with the quality of our work across sport specific facilities planning, indoor and built facilities, playing pitch and non-pitch facility strategies.
  • Evaluations: we have conducted a wide range of successful reviews and evaluations of sports development, participation, infrastructure, capital grant based (Lottery and Exchequer) and specialist investment programmes. This includes the first Sports Lottery project evaluation (setting the template for the processes that followed), national evaluations of, among a number of others, the national School-Club Links, Active Sports and TASS schemes.
  • Prevent: we created, developed, piloted and ran the national ‘Prevent’  training process – designed to enable people working on a professional or voluntary basis in the sports sector to identify when people were at risk of being radicalised; and to know the right actions to take.
  • County sports partnerships: we have conducted fitness for purpose reviews, restructures, supported establishment of governance arrangements and run CEO recruitment processes for more than one third of the CSPs in England.
  • New sports facilities: we critiqued and supported the work undertaken to develop a new specification for indoor sports hall facilities in the UK.
  • Clubmark: in 2006 we reviewed the Clubmark club accreditation scheme (and its then status as a ‘quality mark’). We then, between 2006-2013, ran the programme tripling the number of  licensed NGBs and CSPs and increasing the total of accredited clubs from 1,400 to more than 10,400; meeting the highly ambitious 10,000 by 2012 target with a year to spare.

Contact: john.eady@kkp.co.uk


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The Football Association


Over and above the very close working relationship we have around the development of local playing pitch strategies, in a sequence of wide-ranging commissions, we have supported/are supporting the FA with the following:

  • National Game Strategy: we managed and analysed consultation and presented the results of the FA’s national survey of 13,000 clubs on key funding priorities.
  • Grassroots football in Birmingham: identification  of new delivery models for local grassroots football in Birmingham for the FA and the City Council
  • National artificial grass pitch audit: auditing, mapping and developing a comprehensive database with accompanying GIS for all AGPs across England.
  • National pitch audit: setting out a framework whereby the same exercise will be delivered for natural grass pitches.
  • FA hub – Sheffield: we developed, prepared the business plan and supported implementation of the first FA hub in Sheffield.
  • FA – Parklife: we are supporting development of FA Parklife hub developments in Liverpool and Birmingham.
  • School sports provision: we prepared guidance designed to describe and reinforce good practice in the design, development and maintenance of all forms of sports provision in schools.
  • Local facilities planning template: we developed, tested and rolled out the FA’s local facilities planning template, forming the basis for future investment in the community game.
  • County FA guide: we wrote the FA guide to assist County FAs to work effectively with local authorities.
  • St George’s Park:  extensive consultation and preparation of the community use, development and related business plans for the National Football Centre at St George’s Park – to underpin/justify Sport England investment in the project.
  • FA/Budweiser guidance: we wrote this support document on the management and development of club premises.

We have, concurrently supported a range of clubs and schools to plan, design develop and secure grant aid for new floodlit artificial grass pitch facilities.

Contact: john.eady@kkp.co.uk or david.mchendry@kkp.co.uk

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Work for developers


KKP works for many of the main contractors and planning consultants in the UK including:

  • GVA Grimley: assignments include the LB Tower Hamlets redevelopment of Poplar Baths funded via a housing based enabling development, Selly Oak Hospital – Birmingham, the sale of playing fields for Leeds Girls Grammar School and the City Road/Sandon Road project in Birmingham where we produced a planning statement to accompany the planning application.
  • Mott MacDonald: needs assessment, master-plan and business plan for the redevelopment of playing fields for the University of Leeds associated with the loss of pitches caused by development of a new transport interchange.
  • Persimmon Homes: assessing local need in lieu of investment and enabling development – in Birmingham.
  • Birmingham City Council/Pebble Mill; negotiation of developer contributions to improve existing and create new provision.
  • Oxylane-Decathlon: area planning assessment, project development, feasibility and business planning support for sports village development in Nottingham.
  • Carillion: work to assess need/demand for a proposed AGP on a PFI school site in Tameside.
  • Lend Lease: feasibility study and business plan for a new co-located leisure centre, health centre and library in Northampton.
  • Manchester Science Partnership: needs assessment for retention/replacement of sports facilities linked to redevelopment of the Alderley Park Bio-sciences Hub (on the former Astra Zeneca site).
  • Homes & Communities Agency:  needs assessment, business/management plan  for new/improved village sports facilities linked to development of 650 new houses on the former Whittingham Hospital site in north Preston.
  • Grosvenor: needs assessment for a new indoor and outdoor sports village aligned to major new housing development on the edge of Cambridge,
  • Montagu Evans: needs assessment, strategy and business plan for a community park enabled by housing development on a former golf course at Springfield Hospital in LB Wandsworth.
  • John Thompson & Partners: feasibility and business plan elements for the new Aberdeen Sports Village. We also supported JTP on the feasibility study assessing potential to develop a new ‘sport city’ for 80-100,000 people in Dongzhou, China.

Contact: claire.fallon@kkp.co.uk

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Glasgow City Council


KKP’s work with Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Life has included:

  • Glasgow Life – Sports Development Structural Review: KKP supported a recent appraisal of the purpose and structure of the extensive sports development function of the Trust. We assessed its core rationale, role in the wider organisation and key outcome responsibilities.
  • Emirates Arena:we conducted the original site appraisals, prepared the first design specification and developed the venue feasibility study. This was done in tandem with an assignment to evaluate future options for the Kelvin Hall Arena – some of the functions of which were replaced by The Emirates.
  • Palace of Art: we undertook an initial feasibility to assess its suitability to become the headquarters site for the Scottish Institute of Sport.  We were subsequently commissioned to assess the potential for its development as a major fitness venue and spa.
  • Provision for people with disabilities: we were asked to assess and challenge the extent to which the City Council, across all aspects of its sport, arts and cultural services was making effective provision for disabled people and to present an action plan to tackle perceived shortcomings.
  • Marketing and leisure card development: we were asked to consider how best the City Council could set up and optimise leisure card use and related pricing mechanisms to achieve key business development and social return on investment outcomes.

Contact: john.eady@kkp.co.uk

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Liverpool City Council


KKP’s work with Liverpool City Council includes:

  • Service review: we evaluated the business performance of its leisure services and assessed the management and service delivery competencies of its various staff teams. As part of this we scrutinised its commercial relationships with LJMU and Total Swimming and the basis for funding being obtained from Public Health. This forensic analysis of structure, competencies and net effectiveness led to a range of recommendations which were jointly presented to unions and staff by KKP and the Executive Director and subsequently implemented.
  • Sport & Physical Activity Strategy: working closely with an influential City steering group we consulted a wide range of agencies and Council departments to produce a five year strategy setting strategic priorities and specific direction. This has underpinned the City’s £3million investment in physical activity.
  • Facilities Strategy: we audited existing provision across all providers and prepared an assessment of the present position in respect of sports facilities. This underpinned the subsequent strategy which incorporated specific proposals including the development of designs and costings to accompany specific proposals to improve the financial and social performance of key venues across the City.
  • Playing Pitch Strategy: as one of the first local authorities to utilise the new PPS methodology and in addition to providing strategic guidance, we assisted Liverpool to set up its audit process, ran the consultation and produced both the assessment report and the final strategy.
  • Liverpool Mutual Homes: we supported a potential key partner to work through the business case to take over responsibility for managing and operating one of the City’s main leisure centres – linked to the emergence of the area as a major regeneration priority.
  • European City of Culture: we were part of the team that produced the City’s successful European Capital of Culture 2008 bid.
  • European Boxing Championships: we prepared the successful bid for Liverpool to host the European Boxing Championships at its St George’s Hall – in 2008.

Contact: david.mchendry@kkp.co.uk

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Sport Ireland (the Irish Sports Council)


KKP has, over the last 8-10 years, delivered a range of assignments with Sport Ireland. These include:

  • Career and Education Framework review: systematic collection/collation of data on all education and career opportunities in Ireland. Production of a linked career and education framework & pathway.
  • LSP performance evaluation template: comprehensive, outcomes based performance management framework to ensure comparable assessment of local sports partnership participation impact and value.
  • Evaluation: 2012 Olympic Games: we analysed Team Ireland performance, interviewed 140+ athletes, NGB CEOs, PDs and coaches across the 15 sports as well as the IOC, Sport NI, the IIS and SINI to assess high performance programme impact. This accompanied our review of the generic governance and organisation of each sport. Recommendations cover all aspects of the preparation for Rio 2016 and review recommendations are being implemented in full.
  • Ireland Carding Scheme Review: in-depth evaluation of the structure, operation, effectiveness and value for money of the Country’s elite athlete support scheme. Assessment of the scale and validity of different payment categories, award mechanisms and processes.
  • NGB support kit: development of a range of web based governance, sports development, performance evaluation and other resources for Irish NGBs.
  • National Sports Inclusion Disability Programme: analysis and evaluation of programme to assess impact, outcomes, processes, partnership involvement and sustainable impact. Generation of a range of recommendations and production of performance measurement metrics.
  • National LSP evaluation: managing the first stages of the assessment of the fitness for purpose of Ireland’s local sports partnerships in lieu of the process being rolled out across the whole network.
  • National Women in Sport: assessment of investment in work done to promote greater levels of participation in sport among women by Ireland’s NGBs and LSPs. We made recommendations with regard to where it is most effective and how the greatest future impact can be achieved.

Contact: clare.macleod@kkp.co.uk

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UK universities


The Company has a strong track record in the university sector. Clients and projects include the following::

  • University of Warwick: our initial work was a sports development feasibility study; this was followed by a commission to develop a design brief, prepare a business/life-cycle cost plan and to map out the management and financing of university sport/physical activity going forward.
  • University of Manchester: our first commission was to prepare the University’s strategy for sport. We subsequently reviewed the joint (with MMU) Sugden Centre management contract with Serco. More recently we supported feasibility, design and cost assessment work for new outdoor floodlit hockey, football and lacrosse AGPs and changing pavilion plus a fitness extension, at the Firs/Armitage site.
  • Loughborough University: we assessed the feasibility of its International Sports Management MBA which was successfully launched in 2012.
  • Aberystwyth University: we conducted a sports service/centre feasibility study resulting in proposals for new sports facilities and a revised service structure.
  • University of Birmingham: we delivered the feasibility study which initiated and underpinned the process to develop its new £50 million facility which opens in 2016.
  • Sheffield Hallam University: a feasibility assessing how it should use, develop and/or rationalise its three sports grounds. We produced costed design proposals which have since been implemented.
  • Manchester Metropolitan University: feasibility study, design and business plan/life-cycle cost assessment for a partnership based major facility serving its Alsager campus.
  • University of Leeds: feasibility study and design process for a new University boathouse.
  • University of Northampton: feasibility study assessing whether, how and the specification and associated business plan for a new sports centre to replace the ageing outdated facility.
  • Bournemouth University: service review and feasibility study assessing partnership based options for new and improved indoor and outdoor sports facilities.
  • University of Sussex: sport strategy assessing facilities, service delivery, membership processes and partnerships with schools and Brighton & Hove Albion FC.
  • University of Aberdeen: feasibility study/business plan for the new sports village which is now in place – working for team led by John Thompson & partners.
  • University of the West of Scotland: sports facilities development and management assessment across its four campuses.

Contact: john.eady@kkp.co.uk

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Sunderland City Council


KKP has managed a diverse portfolio of projects with Sunderland City Council:

  • Cultural Service Investment Review: evaluation and challenge in respect of the City’s vision for and investment in cultural, arts, heritage and museums services and facilities.
  • Facilities Strategy: we delivered its 2003 review creating plans (now fully realised) to replace the whole leisure stock. We were then commissioned to reviewed implementation and, most recently (2015), delivered a further, ANOG compliant, indoor and built facilities audit and strategy.
  • Options appraisal: supporting officers to assess the most effective and cost efficient option to deliver the City’s leisure services.
  • Procurement of JVCo operating partner: we supported the process to select a preferred partner for the joint venture company which now runs the service.
  • Commercial leisure study: we assessed City requirements for commercial leisure provision including hotels, cinemas, cafes, restaurants, bingo and other amenities.
  • Play and Urban Games Strategy: evaluating and setting out a process to dictate investment in wheeled sports, skateboard, adventure play and related facilities and networks.
  • Sunderland Aquatics Centre: feasibility, business plan, securing multi-partner funding and supporting other processes to procure and develop the prestigious 50m pool complex.
  • Feasibility study – Stadium Park Arena; demand evaluation, business plan, design specification for indoor arena and sports venue to be attached to the Aquatics Centre. Now being progressed with the Foundation of Light.
  • Feasibility study – Washington Leisure Centre; site assessments, demand evaluation, business plan, design input for replacement leisure centre
  • PE & School Sport Strategy: covering all facets of schools based and linked activity across the City’s secondary and primary school and linked school partnerships.
  • Football Investment Strategy & PPS: we have prepared the last three PPS studies for the City – the latest using the new Sport England methodology.
  • FIFA World Cup Host City: we prepared the City Council/Sunderland AFC successful joint bid to be a World Cup host city in 2018
  • Neighbourhood Services/Library Review; evaluation of their scale, relevance and value for money making re-organisation and rationalisation recommendations.
  • Events Strategy:  local and national consultation, benchmarking with Birmingham and Sheffield and preparation of a sport and cultural events strategy for the City.

Contact: clare.macleod@kkp.co.uk

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Northampton Borough Council/Northampton Leisure Trust


Assignments delivered with the Borough Council and the Leisure Trust include:

  • Facilities Strategy: an assessment of the facilities needs of the Borough following an in-depth audit of the existing stock across all providers. The resulting strategy set out specific proposals for new and rationalised provision in the Authority for the following 5-10 years.
  • Options appraisal: we assessed the advantages to be gained by externalising leisure facilities and associated sport and play development services. We concurrently delivered a cost-benefit analysis relating to more radical social performance driven contractual arrangements.
  • Trust establishment: we led the team (including legal and VAT experts) which, working closely with the Council, shadow board and key staff, ran the process of taking the service out to trust. We supported the development of specific business plans, staff structures and the ToR for the new company.
  • Feasibility study(1): working for the Council and Lend Lease, we assessed site options, critiqued and supported the design process, prepared detailed business plans and evaluated the overall feasibility of a co-located health centre, leisure centre and a new library.
  • Shared services review: we worked closely with Trust staff to identify ways in which it could partner with two neighbouring councils and social enterprises to generate service structure and delivery efficiencies – for all parties.
  • Feasibility study (2): we have developed a design, business plan, lifecycle costings and sensitivity analysis for a new venue which will, potentially, replace the Borough’s Ling’s Forum Leisure Centre.

Contact: david.mchendry@kkp.co.uk

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Somerset County Council


Work with the County Council and partners over a number of years includes:

  • County Facilities Strategy: an audit of the age, condition, longevity, location, management and accessibility of existing provision and the preparation of a strategy for future investment.
  • County Schools Investment Strategy: development of a strategic approach, design and operational template to underpin the County Council’s bid for Government investment and guide its subsequent approach to developing community access to school sports facilities.
  • Options appraisal: evaluation of the potential to establish a trust to manage the County’s predominantly school site based joint use leisure facilities stock.
  • Bridg-sport Strategy: creation of an innovative town and four school strategy to develop sport and physical activity in Bridgwater.
  • Feasibility study: cost-benefit analysis, design input, management arrangements, business and lifecycle cost planning for the Chilton Trinity Sports Centre which combined a school provided dry-side and a district council funded pool.
  • Contract procurement and bid evaluation: support for the County Council to develop a brief, procure and appoint the contractor to design, build and manage new school and sports facilities in Bridgwater.
  • Feasibility study and area facilities supply/demand appraisal: for a new, full-sized floodlit artificial grass pitch and related changing provision at Preston School in Yeovil.
  • County Playing Pitch Strategy: working closely with the Somerset Active Sports Partnership and supplying individualised local guidance, developing an overall and district playing pitch strategies.

Contact: david.mchendry@kkp.co.uk

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Coventry City Council


Work for the City Council, some delivered in a partnership context, includes the following:

  • Feasibility study: for a new neighbourhood leisure centre serving the North Coventry New Deal for Communities area
  • Cultural performance venues strategy: evaluation of the quality, cost, location, condition and value for money obtained by the City from key venues including the Belgrade Theatre, Warwick Arts Centre and the Coventry Transport Museum plus a range of community based arts and music venues. Concurrent assessment of demand/feasibility of replacing the former theatre/hippodrome.
  • Excel Sports Centre: a feasibility study, business plan, life-cycle cost analysis revised specification, ‘Section 77’ community consultation and successful (and highly praised) application to Sport England for capital funding for this brand new wet and dry venue designed to cater for the needs of people with disabilities.
  • Sport & Physical Activity Strategy; research, consultation, benchmarking and scenario testing to develop the new City strategy.
  • Playing Pitch Strategy; full, new methodology compliant audit, needs assessment and playing pitch strategy development.
  • In-depth local area assessments: this was accompanied by a number of in-depth assessments of local need linked to specific housing, schools and new leisure facility developments.
  • Indoor and Built Facilities Strategy; detailed analysis of existing provision and future needs including consideration of the future of the Coventry Sport & Leisure Centre, facilities at the Ricoh Stadium and the mixed operator economy in the City.

Contact: david.mchendry@kkp.co.uk

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The Rugby Football Union


Our work for the RFU has included:

  • World Class Plan development:  we researched and wrote the Plan and took it through Sport England and RFU committees and decision-making processes.
  • World Class Plan funding: we led the successful negotiation which secured the initial £8 million Sport England grant matching the RFU’s investment.
  • World Class Plan process implementation: we were retained to support implementation across the game over the first four year period.
  • RFU elite performance directorate: setting out the structure, specifying and determining job roles, descriptions and salaries designed to attract World Class candidates for the performance director role and all senior staff.
  • Setting up RFU England academies: we managed the creation and roll-out of the RFU England academies working with the 12 Premiership clubs, appointing the 30+ Academy managers and assistant managers.
  • RFU England academies: review & evaluation: we were retained to lead the review of implementation, relationships with national coaches/squads and the effectiveness with which elite young players are recruited and developed.
  • Club development: developing, piloting, running and supporting the implementation of RFU’s national club development programme.
  • Training support: various assignments for the Community Rugby directorate on areas including club-focused coach and volunteer development, staff recruitment, training & development.
  • Strategic planning: developing proposals to re-structure the ERSFU to ensure that its work is clear, focused, efficiently managed and dovetails appropriately with RFU England academies and other RFU structures.
  • Evaluation: of the benefits and pitfalls (for the RFU) of the relationship at club level between rugby union and rugby league.

Contact: john.eady@kkp.co.uk

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Salford City Council/Salford Community Leisure Ltd.


Salford City Council and SCL are long-standing clients. The projects and assignments KKP has delivered with the City and the Trust include:

  • Strategic review: our assessment of the strategic and fiscal value of the contractual relationship between the City Council and SCL. This is part of a process that will underpin decisions in respect of a proposed contract extension and related capital investment.
  • Library service consultation/review; an evaluation of community perspectives on the service and its overall reach, relevance and value for money.
  • Playing pitch strategies: we recently (2015) completed our fourth iteration of the City’s PPS having delivered an original football assessment/strategy in the late 90s and two other playing pitch strategies in 2006 and 2010.
  • Indoor & Built Facilities Strategy: we researched and developed a detailed assessment of the present position in respect of sports facility provision and a strategy detailing specific proposals encompassing the potential for a partnership development with the University of Salford.
  • Vision for PE and school sport: we produced this in 2009 as part of, and to inform, key policy, design and operational management decisions made by the City as it implemented its major secondary schools rebuilding programme.
  • Strategic commissioning: we supported some of the City Council’s ground-breaking work assessing the options for strategic commissioning at both City and neighbourhood levels – and associated performance management mechanisms.
  • Marketing and service efficiency: we supported internal reviews of approaches to the marketing, delivery and profitability of key programmes including swimming and fitness.

Contact: john.eady@kkp.co.uk

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London boroughs


KKP works extensively with London boroughs. Project examples include:

  • LB-Barnet: first PPS with subsequent recommission to update to current version.
  • LB-Camden: a sequence which started with its open space, sport and recreation strategy. Since then, we have delivered its (ANOG) indoor and build sports facility strategy plus a feasibility study and options appraisal for the new Kings Cross Sports Centre.
  • City of Westminster: City sports strategy plus subsequent work to develop the Moberley Sports & Education Centre and extend community access to City schools’ indoor, AGP and hard court facilities.
  • LB-Croydon; a sequence starting with the Borough’s ondoor facilities, outdoor recreation and green spaces strategy. We then updated this for the next strategy cycle and were commissioned to deliver feasibility studies for the New Addington and Purley Pools sports complexes. A further update of the indoor sports Facilities Strategy has just commenced.
  • LB-Ealing: the Borough playing pitch & outdoor sports strategy.
  • LB-Enfield: research, evaluation and marketing project for leisure, culture and libraries services.
  • LB-Hackney: a sports development service review and business plan.
  • LB-Harrow: a review and restructure of the Borough’s sports development service.
  • LB-Havering: open space, sport, recreation, playing pitch & green spaces needs assessment and strategy.
  • LB-Lambeth: sports facilities strategy (including feasibility assessment for Brixton Recreation Centre, plus playing pitch strategy.
  • LB-Redbridge: future of leisure services review
  • LB-Richmond: sport, playing pitch, open space and recreation needs assessment and strategy.
  • LB-Tower Hamlets: restructure, new business plan and interim management for the London Docklands Sailing Centre. More recently an options appraisal and support for the redevelopment and future management of Poplar Baths and the Haileybury Youth Centre.
  • LB-Wandsworth: playing pitch strategy plus an outdoor gym usage assessment and evaluation.

Contact: claire.fallon@kkp.co.uk

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City of Wolverhampton


KKP has been working with the City of Wolverhampton for the last 16 years;  projects include:

  • Sports Development and Investment Strategy: exhaustive consultation and detailed business analysis to determining City approach to rationalisation and priorities for capital investment and bringing schools facilities into full public use.
  • Playing pitch strategies (3): we prepared the City’s first strategy assessing need, supply and demand for all pitch sport facilities. This was followed by a full new audit and update four years later and, most recently (2015) a full new Sport England methodology compliant PPS.
  • Swimming Strategy; assessing all aspects of provision; schools swimming, clubs, public use, facilities programming and development etc.
  • Feasibility study: assessing competition, preparing capital cost and business plan for a new climbing venue
  • Feasibility study – wheeled/extreme sports facility: preparing a design and assessing the business case for development of an extreme sports centre at the ‘Powerhouse’ former power station site.
  • Sport and physical activity strategy; specifically for the ABCD new deal for communities area of the City.
  • Participation evaluation; in-depth research of levels/forms of participation in the ABCD area.
  • Community Sport & Physical Activity Network: exhaustive community facilities and activity audit based on public health ambitions/objectives; producing a specific audit driven recommendations and action plan.
  • Parks & Open Spaces Audit & Strategy;  detailed assessment of the quality and value of all open space in the City and production of an action plan encompassing disposal and investment recommendations.
  • Feasibility study: an evaluation, design support and business plan – All Saints School

Contact: clare.macleod@kkp.co.uk

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Tameside MBC/Tameside Sports Trust



KKP works with Tameside Council and the Trust on a range of assignments including:

  • Sport and Recreation Facilities Strategy: we researched and delivered the Council’s first indoor and built facilities strategy.
  • Playing pitch strategies (3): we jave just completed our third iteration of the Borough’s playing pitch strategy assessing need, supply and demand for all pitch sport facilities. This follows the one we produced in 2009 and updated in 2012.
  • Swimming analysis: assessing all aspects of provision; schools swimming, clubs, public use, facilities programming and development in the Authority.
  • Tameside Sports Trust – Company Strategy: working closely with the Council and the Trust we reviewed its business operation, staffing structures, governance and financing and produced a five year strategy to take the business forward focusing on income generation, efficiencies and overall effectiveness. We were then commissioned to support both generic and capital investment led business development.
  • Schools facilities development strategy; we assessed the business case for the development of community accessible indoor and outdoor facilities on school sites across the Authority.
  • Needs assessments/feasibility studies: delivered in connection with the Borough’s approach to new sports provision in Hattersley, the new Oxford Park Sports Centre and the Ken Ward Sports Centre.
  • Local area plans for football: production of detailed area specific plans to develop the game in various localities within the borough.
  • PPG17  Open Spaces Needs Assessment & Strategy;  extensive and detailed assessment of the quality and value of all open space in the borough and production of the ensuing strategy and action plan.

Contact: david.mchendry@kkp.co.uk