Noggin working with Ealing Council to develop Noggin Property App

Our mobile Noggin Property App has been selected as one of 36 of the UK’s best innovators by the Mayor of London and Nesta Challenges to play a major role in the city’s recovery from Covid-19.  

We are thrilled to have been selected to help tackle the Activating High Streets Challenge, put forward by Ealing Council. The project is being supported by £1 million Mayor of London’s Resilience Fund. 

Ethos Partner, Toyubur Rahman says, 

“We are delighted with this opportunity to develop our Noggin Property mobile application working with our partners Ealing Council, the Ealing High Streets Taskforce and West London Business to co-design an advanced version of the app. Our aim is to boost the scope and power of the app – to make it an invaluable tool in the battle to slow the growth of empty properties.”

Toyubur introduces Noggin Hub to the Mayor’s Fund

Sven Latham is an Ethos Partner and Noggin CTO. He said:
“It has been a very challenging time for Londoners. I am confident the Noggin team can work with our partners to find a way to push London forward into recovery and keep the city resilient and robust for years to come.”

Managing Director of Nesta Challenges, Tris Dyson, said: “The panel of judges had a formidable task before them, with many impressive applications, and they have selected an inspiring cohort of companies to help boost our city’s resilience. We are very excited to support these teams to develop their solutions and support London’s recovery this year.”

To find out more about the Mayor’s Resilience Fund and all of the finalist teams, including Noggin, visit