Our Directors have been involved in the planning and delivery of key components of regeneration strategies in Liverpool, which has been classed as one of the most deprived areas in Europe. From 2000 to 2008, Liverpool City Centre witnessed over £4 billion of physical infrastructure improvements, which contributed to significant improvements in employment, education outcomes, visitor numbers and economic output.
Our Directors were involved in development of city centre masterplans and movement strategies from 2003, as well as implementing major capital projects such as the infrastructure for the £400m Kings Waterfront development, the £230m Building Schools for the Future programme and the £73m City Centre Movement Strategy. Prior to working on Liverpool’s regeneration, our Directors worked on similar schemes in Dublin and elsewhere in the Republic of Ireland.
We have an understanding of the complex drivers behind the regeneration of areas and the myriad of European and Regional funding mechanisms able to support development projects. This knowledge can add significant value to public sector bodies and private sector developers interested in developing long term regeneration strategies or implementing one-off projects.