RegenCo is a public sector-based consultancy and advisory service helping public and private sector partners accelerate delivery of large scale regeneration projects and maximise financial and social returns.
Building on the success of the Whitehill & Bordon regeneration project, the RegenCo team is now offering its extensive knowledge and experience to support other councils and government organisations.
- RegenCo - transforming Britain one town at a time (pdf 1.1 mb)
Some of the commissions we have secured to date
Regional Agency - Provision of strategic communications expertise.
Local Authority - Provision of programme management; developer procurement; and land assembly (including CPO) expertise to accelerate delivery of a 6,000 home new town.
Government Department - Provision of mentoring and guidance support to 5 southern partnerships bidding for One Public Estate Round 3 funding.
Private sector development company - Provision of environmental and sustainability expertise.
Local Authority - Provision of programme management expertise to accelerate delivery of their OPE Round 3 programme and the development of their OPE Round 4 bid.
What our clients say
So, you've heard enough from us, here are some testimonials from those we've worked with:
Helen Briggs, CEO of Rutland County Council - “RegenCo has been an absolute pleasure to work with because of their day-to-day experience and acute understanding of local authority and community issues and their combination of private sector drive and efficiency with public service ethos.”
Julian McLaughlin, Borough of Poole - "the flexibility and realism being shown by RegenCo is being matched with their high quality of staff, delivery in a forward-looking style and always with a smile.”
James Child, Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company - “RegenCo’s approach was pragmatic and we found that we were able to accelerate our planning proposals and develop a close working relationship with EHDC – it took just 10 months to achieve planning permission including a signed Section 106 agreement”