Archives for 2013

  • Michael Portillo and Germaine Greer to attend literary festival

    Michael Portillo and Germaine Greer to attend literary festival

    16th May 2013
    Political commentator and broadcaster Michael Portillo and leading academic and feminist Germaine Greer will be the main attractions at this year’s Peterborough Festival of Poetry and Literature. The event, We... Read more
  • Levity Festival offers up three days of laughs

    Levity Festival offers up three days of laughs

    16th May 2013
    Comedy fans have been snapping up tickets to this summer’s three-day Levity Festival spectacular. Thousands of tickets have already been sold since going on sale via www.ticketmaster.co.uk at the start... Read more
  • Fracking – why in my back yard?

    Fracking – why in my back yard?

    13th May 2013
    Controversial and contentious it might be, but could fracking also be the catalyst for a national framework to reward communities that host development and finally provide an answer to those... Read more
  • Thousands across the UK to learn sustainable skills thanks to success of Greeniversity scheme

    Thousands across the UK to learn sustainable skills thanks to success of Greeniversity scheme

    22nd April 2013
      Sustainable skills share scheme Greeniversity is now being launched by groups in more than 25 cities and towns across the UK. Originally started in 2010 in Peterborough, the city... Read more
  • My time as an intern so far - Matthew Bell

    My time as an intern so far - Matthew Bell

    18th April 2013
    I started my time here at Athene on January 2nd of this year as an Intern. The team were very friendly in welcoming me and I quickly felt at home... Read more
  • Nene Park Academy

    Nene Park Academy

    17th April 2013
    After the approval of the new £15 million academy building, the Orton Longueville School became Nene Park Academy in September 2011, and was taken over by the Cambridge Meridian Academy... Read more
  • Ormiston Bushfield Academy

    Ormiston Bushfield Academy

    15th April 2013
    A brand new £20.6 million purpose-designed new building provided Ormiston Bushfield Academy with a unique opportunity to raise its profile among key audiences and build closer links with Peterborough’s business... Read more
  • Ten top tips for surviving public exhibitions

    Ten top tips for surviving public exhibitions

    12th April 2013
    We spend a lot of our time attending public exhibitions on behalf of our clients for a range of different developments, from small housing schemes to large and controversial energy from... Read more
  • Localism Toolkit launched

    Localism Toolkit launched

    12th April 2013
    Providing certainty about costs is an important part of our offer. So we’ve developed a Localism Toolkit to provide a standard package of community engagement and consultation activities at a... Read more
  • Lark Energy

    Lark Energy

    11th April 2013
    Athene Communications has supported Lark Energy with pre-application community engagement for many of its proposed large-scale solar farm projects, including at Wymeswold, in Leicestershire, Hawton in Nottinghamshire, Marston in Lincolnshire, and RAF Stradishall, Hundon,... Read more