population trends, migration patterns, ethnicity, affluence and disadvantage
housing, education, social, communication, environmental and cultural
urban analytics, commuter flows, functional urban areas, catchments
spatial analysis, data visualization, policy tools, strategies and surveys
‘Live’ data tools, dashboards and detailed community business profiles are available for up-to-date decision-making right from your desk. Our planning, economic and social methodologies and tools are tried and tested for better decision making.
Pádraig Ó Céidigh
Serial Entrepreneur, Former Senator of 25th Seanad, NUI Galway Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship, NUIG and Harvard Alumni
“I have worked on a range of diverse projects with the team - from a ground truthing of the social and economic viability of Gaeltacht Areas to the development of a detailed evidence baseline for the SME sector in Ireland. Their wide-ranging knowledge and appreciation for the social, cultural and economic factors that shape our country is a real skillset. Their ability to present this knowledge in a very visual and clear style of communication has been a great asset to my policy development work. Project work has always been delivered with professionalism and in a timely manner.”
Chair of Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) and M1 Corridor
“It was a real pleasure to work with the team at People and Place on the M1 Corridor project. Their expertise in data analysis, coupled with an understanding of the factors that shape the regions of Ireland, was instrumental in helping us deliver a fact-based marketing strategy for the M1 Economic Corridor. Shaping the data to speak to national policies really assisted in driving our message home”
Head of Economic Development & Enterprise, Carlow County Council
“The South-East LEO offices worked with the team at People and Place to undertake research and analysis with a view to building up a detailed understanding of; the existing LEO client base, how LEO clients engage with and understand the level of LEO service provision, and finally to highlight service gaps and needs of LEO clients. The final output of the project was a range of actions that assisted in the development of new interventions and proposals for supporting the microenterprise community in the South East of Ireland"