Our clientele

Range from
Governments to
Resident Welfare Associations


Urban local bodies (city corporations, municipalities, entities providing urban services to the public at large)

Financial Institutions

Funding agencies looking to invest or lend money to urban initiatives wishing to ascertain the sustainability attributes of the initiative in terms of financial numbers, social outcomes and environmental benefits that are expected to result

Business Entities

Who wish to associate as part of their corporate social responsibility in neighbourhood initiatives involving infrastructure (both hard and soft) to upgrade the liveability indices

Non-Government Organizations

Those keen to further the social economic changes for ensuring better living conditions and achieving equity in access to infrastructure and provision of urban services

Resident Welfare Associations

The group whose mandate is to represent their individual housing units’ inhabitants in order to find solutions to their day-to day challenges and medium terms issues in regard to connectivity, mobility, noise pollution, congestion, green space and space allocation for walking and cycling.