Pagefield | Understanding your world

An independent, award-winning communications agency, specialising in reputation management, campaigning and public affairs.

We work for a broad spectrum of businesses, trade associations, governments and individuals in the UK and globally. We develop and deliver strategy and tactics that respond to your needs in an increasingly complex world.


We are driven by our ambition to deliver outstanding service and strategic counsel, grounded in an in-depth understanding of your world.


Our aim is to become an extension of your team because we understand what it’s like to be on your side of the table.


We passionately defend, protect and promote your interests, your reputation and your business.


We apply our understanding of the political, media and business landscapes to your communications needs, creating space for you to advance your agenda.

“Her Majesty was delighted. Very seasoned hands in our press office say they cannot remember a day that got such amazing coverage”

Edward Young – Deputy Private Secretary to The Queen

“There is strength in depth in the likeable team at Pagefield and we have felt that they have provided us with very high quality support throughout.”

Nicola Shaw – Chief Executive, HS1 Ltd

“Their strategic vision, creative approach and absolute commitment to delivering flawless communications have been central to achieving our goal today.”

David Iron – Executive Director, Lunar Mission One

Insight: commentary and opinion

Are the Labour Party relevant to you anymore?

5th September 2016

What has happened to our Parliamentary democracy?

13th July 2016

Behind the Headlines: The Andrea Leadsom Interview

12th July 2016

Five things we learned: Meet the Columnist with Philip Collins

7th July 2016

"For Heaven's sake man, go"

29th June 2016

Pagefield / Saxton Bampfylde : ‘The Morning After’ Breakfast Referendum Briefing

27th June 2016

Five Things We Learned: The Morning after the Referendum

24th June 2016

Could a pro-Brexit press take 'leave' over the line in Thursday's referendum?

21st June 2016

Five things we learnt: Meet the Loyalist with Sir Keith Mills

21st June 2016

Scotland’s Two Parliaments: What’s Next In The Year Ahead?

1st June 2016

Behind the Headlines: Britain’s loneliest dog

27th May 2016

A View From The Doorstep: How Sadiq Khan Won In Spite of Jeremy Corbyn

11th May 2016


We do all of this from our home in London’s West End. It’s vibrant, dynamic and energetic. It suits us down to the ground.

The Courtyard Studio, 18 Marshall Street, London W1F 7BE