These are just a few examples of our successes covering a variety different areas. If you want more information about how we can be of help in your particular areas of interest please call
- Broxburn United Sports Club (BUSC)
- Inch Park Community Sports Club
- Spartans Community Football Academy
- South East Sports Facilities Project (SESFP)
National Agencies/Governing Bodies
Secondary and Further Education
PMR Leisure was commissioned by BUSC to provide an action plan to help them become a community club and to develop a new club pavilion and state of the art 3G pitch.
PMR Leisure have been working with Inch Park Community Sports Club for over 8 years to help them realise their dream of creating a first class multi-sport site in Inch Park, Edinburgh
We were appointed to help them develop a Community Football Academy in the north side of Edinburgh.
We undertook the South East Sports Facilities Project (SESFP) club survey during the period November 2006 – May 2007. The aim of the survey was to help inform the SESFP, about the issues facing pitch playing sports clubs in the city,
We were commissioned by Law Community Trust in 2006 to assist in developing their idea of a new leisure based community hub facility for the village on land which had been gifted through a section 75 housing agreement.
Our partnership with the SFA has been developed through a number of projects
Our work in PPP2 in Scotland has led us to work with Balfour Beatty, Hochtief, Amey and Skanska.
We were brought on board to provide advice on the AMA vision to develop a community multi sport village and the proposals are currently being developed.
We have worked with EDI-PARC in Craigmillar, Edinburgh in the regeneration of Craigmillar
Penny is a founder and director of Foxlake Adventures, a successful social enterprise who have brought the sport of Wakeboarding to Scotland.
PMR have led and advised on several important team sporting publications for sportscotland
Penny was asked to be part of the specialist advisory group which was set up by the Childrens Commisioner for Scotland
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