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  • Approval for Preston Tithebarn Development

    The £700m plan to revolutionise Preston City Centre has been given government approval after the Communities and Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles over-ruled an inspector’s recommendation to reject the 250,000 square metre Preston Tithebarn retail-led development. The decision gave considerable weight to Regeneris Consulting’s own assessment of the economic impact of Tithebarn. Our indepen...

  • Kensal Crossrail Regeneration Study

    A new study has highlighted the potential regeneration benefits of the proposed Crossrail Station at Kensal in west London. The study has been produced by Regeneris Consulting on behalf of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Crossrail is the new £16bn, high frequency railway for London and the South East. Currently expected to open in 2019, the line will connect Maidenhead and Heathro...

  • Approval for Liverpool Waters Plans

    The outline planning application for the high profile £5.5 billion Liverpool Waters development has been unanimously approved by Liverpool City Council’s planning committee. Regeneris provided a range of socio-economic inputs to support to the design and planning teams over the course of the last four years. Liverpool Waters is a major mixed use redevelopment scheme proposed for the former doc...

  • Walton Superstore Plans Approved

    Tendring District Council have confirmed their resolution to approve a new Tesco superstore in Walton on the Naze. Regeneris provided economic inputs to support the ultimately successful planning application. The Walton on the Naze Regeneration Framework sets out a strategy and spatial masterplan for the regeneration of Walton on the Naze. The framework identifies the Martello Caravan Park sit...

  • Economic Analysis Helps Get Planning Applications...

    Regeneris currently have over 30 major schemes which we are supporting, either at planning application stage, public enquiry or in the form of some pre-application promotion. In a number of cases  we are assembling the economic or market need case. In others we are quantifying the full range of direct and indirect economic benefits using our local economic models. On change-of-use schemes we are...

  • Gas Storage Economic Impacts

    Plans to develop an underground gas storage facility at Preesall, Lancashire would result in a substantial injection into the Lancashire and UK economy if approved according to a recent report published by Regeneris. Our Gas Storage Economic Impact Report highlights the economic value of a proposed £660 million investment by Halite Energy Group. The proposal is for the development of up to 19...

  • Success for Co-operatives UK

    2012 will be a year to remember for Co-operatives UK (CUK), the national trade body for the UK’s 5,000 co-operatives.  As well as celebrating the International Year of Co-operatives, they have taken a great leap forward in making it easier for people to start and run new co-ops.    The Prime Minister has announced that the Government will introduce a Co-operatives Bill before the next electi...

  • Regeneris Helps Unlock More Broadband Investment

    Having helped a number of the original BDUK partnerships to develop their investment proposals, Regeneris can now also proudly point to having helped four major UK cities secure investment to deliver ultrafast broadband. Regeneris has helped Manchester (£12m), Leeds and Bradford (£14.4m) and Birmingham (£10m) with various elements of their planning in advance of securing investment from the De...

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