Lower Mill Estate Award Document

Town Crier at Elizabeth House in Wembley


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Oracle Group is a leading communications agency focusing on all aspects of property development - residential, commercial, and affordable.

Public Relations

Supporting sales by raising awareness in local communities.

Providing issue and crisis management.

Delivering media training to help your key staff.


Writing and designing newsletters, award documents, press adverts, brochures, business reports, signage, websites and other promotional items.

Event Management

Organising successful and memorable promotional events and press launches.


Oracle Digital partners Quintessence Limited to provide a wide range of digital marketing tools including touchscreen, mobile apps, Emarketing, websites, social media

“Oracle consistently produce timely press releases that not only keep me in the loop regarding their clients but which also offer added value as catalysts for ideas to pitch. When it comes to responding to press inquiries they are professional, reliably speedy, and a pleasure to work with.”
Gwenda Brophy, Freelance journalist.

“I have worked with a number of PR agencies over the years and
Oracle PR continues to offer the best service.”
Vanessa Macnee, Bloor Homes

“Oracle have been a superb addition to our comms team. Their dedication, ideas, hard work and quality advice are notable features of their PR service. They have greatly increased our media profile and have transformed our social media presence. I would not hesitate to recommend them.”
Guy Lambert, Countryside Properties

“As a retirement developer, our target market is very specific. Oracle PR has continued to bring creative ideas to the table to reach our target market through generating regular publicity and organising various events.”
Philip Smith, St George’s Park

“Whether its press liaison, event management or community engagement, we continue to hire Oracle PR to support us in all activities.”
Asprey Homes

“If I ever need any PR doing, I know where to go!”
Laura Whitson, Freelance Journalist