Successful and sustainable regeneration can only be achieved through positive partnerships between communities and public and private sector organisations such as local authorities and private developers. We are developing new approaches to turning unpopular or deprived areas into more thriving communities.
Regenerating an area for the long term requires more than bricks and mortar. It requires real ownership from the local community, plus a mix of homes that enables people to stay in the area and investment in education, health, employment, transport and leisure.
Regeneration is about creating places where people want to live and work, now and in the future. It’s also about creating communities that will improve everyone’s quality of life.