Companies and developers who have worked on LocalGov Drupal or which can provide consultancy, development and technical support.
Agile Collective is a Drupal digital agency and worker co-operative.
As the lead technical partner for LocalGov Drupal since January 2020, we have overseen the technical development of the platform and its governance framework through Discovery, Alpha and Beta phases.
We are currently leading the work on Microsites development.
We also work directly with councils and provide a range of LocalGov Drupal services including development, design, training, consultancy and support.
Annertech is one of Europe’s leading Drupal agencies with over 10 years of experience in working in the local government sector. We've been part of LocalGov Drupal since the Beta phase and were responsible for leading the rewrite of the frontend base theme.
We are active members of the LGD working groups and are currently bringing a number of Councils over to LGD. We are on hand to help your council get the most from LGD, whether that’s migration, implementing a new design, or adding new features to your current site.
For details, chat with Mark Conroy, our Director of Development.
Big Blue Door
Big Blue Door is a full-stack digital and hosting agency, working almost exclusively with the public sector.
We’ve been building local authority websites on Drupal for 10+ years and are currently delivering LocalGov Drupal sites for Sheffield, Rutland, North Kesteven, East Lindsey and others.
We are ISO9001, ISO27001 and Cyber Essentials certified, AWS Partners and a London Living Wage Employer.
Code Enigma is a certified Drupal agency with particular expertise in hosting and supporting local government sites. We've assisted LocalGov Drupal councils by offering flexible, scalable, reliable and secure hosting solutions with ongoing support.
Our advanced stack allows you to safely deliver your Drupal applications on a continuous basis, integrating with a variety of testing and implementation technologies to save time and cost.
dxw is a leading employee-owned digital agency that works with the public and third sectors to create services that improve lives. We’re experts at uncovering user needs through research, and designing solutions and services to meet them.
We have over 14 years experience of working with public sector organisations to make sure you create an easily managed and maintained website using LocalGov Drupal.
Invuse - the new name for Invotra Consulting
As UX specialists Invuse combine a knowledge of accessibility, user research and content best practice to ensure that your LGD website supports key user journeys and provides an exceptional user-first experience.
Our approach ensures your site drives digital transformation, and the adoption of a digital first agenda.
Plan Alpha Systems
Plan Alpha Systems provides a secure, scalable Cloud infrastructure with all maintenance, support, training, and project guidance provided. We are fully committed to LocalGov Drupal as a way forward for our customers.
We have vast experience in integration with other council and external systems, launched the first Local Authority Drupal website in 2008, and have developed and implemented an enterprise council CRM built entirely in Drupal.
TPXimpact is a change consultancy that offers a rounded suite of technology and human centred design services to local government.
They have worked on numerous council digital, data, tech and web strategies and built Drupal websites for dozens of organisations, including North and West Northamptonshire, Kew.org and Royal Museums Greenwich.
Webcurl have been helping Councils with their digital solutions for over a decade, providing products such as Drupal, CRM and My Account functionality.
We believe LocalGov Drupal to be a game changer in the digital transformation of Local Authorities which is why we are currently helping four Councils with their move to new LocalGov deployments
Zoocha is a specialist Drupal agency with expertise working with central and local government organisations, and have provided LocalGov Drupal development for Westminster City Council and Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. Their development and support services are ISO 27001, ISO 9001 and Cyber Essentials Plus certified and they are members of the National Cyber Security Centre CiSP programme.
Becoming a supplier or technical partner for LocalGov Drupal
Suppliers need to be working with, and be recommended by a LocalGov Drupal council.
Drupal suppliers wishing to become members of LocalGov Drupal will need to show active participation in our technical group, with frequent pull requests which are positively reviewed by their peers.
Any supplier offer will need to:
- provide councils with the features and flexibility to meet user needs
- be backed by excellent customer service and documentation
- be fairly priced, and straightforward to start using
- provide comprehensive APIs as standard, not as an add-on
- adhere to the GOV.UK technology code of practice