The PR Farm wins brief to launch Europe’s first full range of sustainable fibreglass windows

The PR Farm wins UK sustainability PR brief

                                           The PR Farm will now be responsible for developing and managing a sustainability PR campaign that reframes the debate around windows

The PR Farm has been appointed to launch Boavista, Europe’s first full range of fibreglass window frames that set new industry standards in sustainability, durability and performance.


The sustainable window brand, the first of its kind in the UK, has been launched by the team behind Meronden Designs, a bespoke structural and specialist glass design firm responsible for work ranging from installations at the iconic Lloyds Building and Ernst & Young’s More London Place offices to the homes of discerning private clients.


The PR Farm will now handle all PR campaign development and outreach and be responsible for reframing the debate around windows, leveraging on what the firm calls ‘the window revolution’ and making architects, housebuilders and local government aware of the product’s sustainability benefits.

Right firm to deliver a sustainability PR campaign

Neil Puttock, Managing Director at Boavista Windows UK, comments: “The PR Farm’s approach and ideas left us in no doubt that it’s the right firm to deliver a sustainable PR campaign that communicates Boavista’s significant environmental benefits far and wide. There really is no comparison between Boavista and other window products currently on the market and we look forward to working with The PR Farm to communicate this to our target audience and build a successful and sustainable business.”


Stuart Pearson, Director at Surrey PR agency, The PR Farm, adds: “I’m delighted to welcome Boavista to The PR Farm’s stable of sustainable brands and look forward to working with the team. Boavista is an innovative and forward thinking business and we’re ready to take that message out to an external audience and communicate the role it can now play in shaping a sustainable built environment.”


For more information on Boavista visit or phone 01252 415173