LDP has extensive experience working with visitor attractions with cultural, educational and heritage missions. We recognize the unique challenges facing these destinations and work with public and private sector stakeholders to ensure they meet these challenges.
We are able to assess the economic impacts of new projects and work to improve the performance of existing cultural and educational assets.
Recent LDP clients and projects include:
- Aga Khan Trust for Culture (Museum of Islamic Arts)
- The Bow Street Hotel Museum
- St Paul’s Cathedral
- Northern Ireland Tourist Board
- Torbay Council, National Centre for Stoneage Man
- Eiffel Tower
- Llanelly House
- Titanic Experience
National Centre for Stone Age Man, Torquay, UK ( Torbay Development Agency)
A detailed feasibility study and concept development for this proposed cultural attraction in Devon.
Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland (Northern Ireland Tourist Board)
LDP prepared the feasibility analysis for the creation of a new museum and visitor centre at the Giant’s Causeway (World Heritage Site). This work also included operational planning with Martin Barratt ltd.
Llanelly House, Wales, UK (Llanelly House)
LDP completed a feasibility study and outline business plan for the redevelopment of an important heritage site in Wales which would provide an immersive visitor experience blending history and technology.
St Pauls Cathedral, London, UK
LDP, in conjunction with Martin Barratt ltd, completed a detailed staffing review for this iconic London landmark in an effort to streamline operations and facilitate a more efficient staffing structure.