Urgent action needed – Help us fight a new digital ad screen in Vauxhall

Following our first successful billboard opposition earlier this year, Adblock Lambeth is seeking support against the introduction of a new digital billboard in Vauxhall. If you live or work in Lambeth or travel through Vauxhall then you can help us say no to these plans. What’s happening? Billboard company London Lites is proposing to install…Continue reading Urgent action needed – Help us fight a new digital ad screen in Vauxhall

Digital billboard application receives over 240 objections from local residents in Bristol

Update 15th June 2021: Following the refusal of planning permission by Bristol City Council in March 2021, billboard company JCDecaux has appealed to the Planning Inspectorate to over-turn the Council’s decision. The appeal is being dealt with through the ‘Commercial Appeals Process’. Adblock Bristol are looking into options. Update 4th March 2021: This planning application…Continue reading Digital billboard application receives over 240 objections from local residents in Bristol

Adblock Lambeth battle digital screen on Brixton Road

The newly formed Adblock Lambeth group is fighting a planning application for a digital screen on Brixton Road, South London. Lambeth community (it’s you if you live and/or work in or around Lambeth): help us say no to a new digital billboard in our area. Update 10th March 2021: Lambeth Council have rejected this application….Continue reading Adblock Lambeth battle digital screen on Brixton Road

Visual noise or valid communication? Message Recall podcast

Message Recall is a recently launched, ongoing podcast series discussing the history, tactics, and psychology of advertising in public spaces. There are now two 30 minute-long episodes of this groundbreaking and entertaining treat for the ears, available for free online or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Simplecast. Created by members of Adblock Bristol, this podcast…Continue reading Visual noise or valid communication? Message Recall podcast