BDSDigital was chosen to build the website for the Clyde Marine Planning Partnership (CMPP), the proposed delegate organisation for taking forward marine planning in the Firth of Clyde. The area of the Partnership's remit extends from the River Clyde in Glasgow City centre, seawards to the outer firth in Argyll and Ayrshire. The area is renowned for its stunning scenery including the Kyles of Bute and North Arran National Scenic Areas and sheltered waters which are perfect for marine tourism and recreation while the river Clyde remains a vital focus for the economy, be it in supporting the fisheries industry, aquaculture, defence activities and recreation.
Sinead Sheridan, CMPP, says, “Working with Nicky and the team was very straightforward and easy through the whole process. We especially appreciated their flexible attitude towards meeting the various requirements of the site and that the team was always available to talk things through.”
The award of the contract reflects BDSDigital’s credentials and experience in web and design projects relating to environment, heritage and culture. One of the core objectives of the Clyde Marine Planning Partnership is to work towards integrated, sustainable and co-ordinated planning and management of the Clyde Marine Region’s environmental, economic and community resources.
“The significance of winning this major contract for BDSDigital reflects our ability to convey the essential values and information of an organisation both visually and architecturally within a website. In this case it was also important to the CMPP to build a website that was easy to navigate and find key information to make it as easy as possible for anyone to use and to have flexibility for features of the site to adapt as the CMPP moves through different stages their work. We are honoured to have been chosen to build a website to display the work of such an important body that is set to play a major role in achieving the sustainability of such a well-known and well-loved part of Scotland’s coast and heritage.”
Nicky O’Toole, Design Manager, BDSDigital.