Harnessing Sector Potential to Drive Growth in Carlisle



Carlisle City Council have ambitious plans for growth. Carlisle South is a recently designated Garden Village. It is a proposed development of up to 10,000 new homes, employment uses, supporting infrastructure and a new link road. It will become a key growth engine for Cumbria.
Regeneris Consulting is delighted to have been appointed by Carlisle City Council to help in the identification of future growth sectors. The study will pinpoint land requirements in the masterplanning of Carlisle South.  The work will inform a local response to the Government’s Industrial Strategy, provide a robust evidence base to establish Carlisle’s economic position and identify prospects for growth and inform the development of a new Economic Development Strategy for Carlisle.

Lauren Newby, Associate Director at Regeneris Consulting, said,
“The success of the Garden Village bid represents an exciting opportunity for Carlisle. It is timely for the study to consider how Carlisle can maximise this opportunity to benefit the local economy and reflect these aspirations in the emerging masterplan.  This needs to be set within an appreciation of the wider investment offer presented by Carlisle and the opportunities presented by existing sites. The study builds upon our existing knowledge of sectors as a driver of growth and competitiveness, and has a number of parallels with similar studies we are currently undertaking in Tees Valley, Greater Manchester, the Marches, and London”.

For further information, please contact Stephen Nicol or Lauren Newby.
 

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Posted by Regeneris on 25 January 2017

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