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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...

  • Landmark Day for Wirral Waters

    Peel Group’s £4.5 billion Wirral Waters regeneration scheme has today learnt that it will not be called in by Government, thereby avoiding a long delay whilst a public enquiry took place. Regeneris Consulting has been involved in this landmark scheme, the largest in the UK, since 2006. We have provided ongoing economic development and regeneration advice as the Wirral Waters proposals have devel...

  • Regeneris Broadband Study launched

    Regeneris Consulting will be presenting the findings from their study of the value and impact of superfast broadband in Cheshire, Warrington and Halton at an event being held at Jodrell Bank. Close to 100 attendees will be attending the event, which has been arranged to showcase the work of the Connecting Cheshire partnership and demonstrate the need for public investment in broadband in rural...

  • 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...

  • £55m Edge Hill Development Approved

    Edge Hill University's £55 million plans to develop a Sports and Accommodation Complex have been approved. Regeneris completed the Socio-economic Case for the planning application. The Secretary of State has given the go ahead for Edge Hill University's ambitious plans, which include a £15m sports centre, new sports pitches and 384 en-suite student rooms. West Lancashire Borough Council had ap...

  • 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...

  • Regeneris Helps Three Cities Get Ultra-Fast Broadb...

    Regeneris is really pleased to announce that our clients in Birmingham, Leeds and Bradford this week secured £24M of money from George Osbourne’s budget. These cities can now start putting in place the plans Regeneris helped develop with them to provide ultrafast broadband with speeds of at least 100mb/sec and widely available mobile wireless access across the city-centres. With our partners...

  • Opportunities for Low Carbon Economic Growth in Ke...

    The Climate Change Act legally commits the UK to reduce its CO2 emissions by 80% on 1990 levels by 2050 and by 30% by 2020. Whilst this transition to a low carbon economy brings challenges, it also generates significant business opportunities. Kent County Council has commissioned Regeneris to examine the nature and scale of these opportunities for Kent. The research will look at how well Kent is...

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