Urban Balance Consultants Clients
‘Helping you develop a fitter and healthier community’
Urban Balance Consultants works with a number of different partners:
- National Governing Bodies
- Local Authorities
- Sport England
- Private Sector
What we do for our clients
Urban Balance Consultants have worked to develop Community Sports Networks, Promote Social Inclusion, Develop Business Plans for clubs and Deliver Fitness sessions in a variety of settings.
We have also written action plans for various boroughs sports programmes.
Some of clients:
We are working with the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust
on the 'Get on Track' programme across London. This programme provides a stepping stone into community sport, volunteering, training and employment for vulnerable young people between 16 and 25 years old.
Our involvement with London South Bank University
is Guest Lecturing/workshop development for undergraduates in a range of subjects working in partnership with Employability Services.
Urban Balance Consultants Limited has been appointed as strategic partner for the Sport for Social Change Network
with a remit to support and develop the network's health and fitness plan across several London Boroughs, including Brent, Hackney and Haringey.
An innovative East London charity, running a wide range of community projects
for over 16,000 people every year. Based in Newham, we have over 30 years of experience working with local people to support children, young people, adults and families.
Through our national work, we share lessons with government and community groups across the country to achieve social change.
Urban Balance Consultants Limited is pleased to announce that it is working with The Community Action Zone
, a newly formed Trust, whose aims are to promote social inclusion for the public benefit among people who are socially excluded from society or parts of society.
Urban Balance Consultants Limited are working with Barnet Bulldogs Foundation
with a remit to review the current business plan and support them in developing a long term strategy. A local based basketball club delivering in the community.