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Newbridge’s Regeneration and Development team has worked on some of the UK’s largest and most complex regeneration projects. These projects are long-term and require an overarching, strategic ambition to create new places that work within their existing context.

We work with our clients as an integrated part of the team to develop solutions for complex regeneration projects. We are driven by a client-side mindset that finds the right solutions and partnership models to achieve our clients’ objectives.

Our team of specialists have practical experience of delivering complex residential, commercial and mixed-use projects, as well as mobilising partnerships and public sector delivery vehicles.

Our public and private sector clients benefit from a true understanding of their specific business drivers, governance requirements and a commercial approach, backed by financial modelling expertise. We are skilled at identifying opportunities and taking them from strategy through to implementation.

Meet your Regeneration and Development leads

Delia Beddis

Partner

Mathieu Breton

Associate Director

Cameron Mackie

Associate Director

Harry Parker

Associate

Our work in Regeneration and Development

Newbridge has worked with London Borough of Enfield since 2021 to support the overall development strategy and viability modelling for the Meridian Water scheme, which will deliver up to 10,000 new homes and 6,000 new jobs.

Newbridge has worked with Westminster Council since 2019 on the Ebury Bridge estate regeneration project to deliver 750 homes.

Insights

Newbridge’s Partner for Regeneration and Development, will be co-chairing a panel at UKREiiF in Leeds to explore what has been accomplished so far at Meridian Water in Enfield.

Newbridge’s Regeneration and Development Team is advising Enfield Council on the procurement of a development partner to deliver up to 600 new homes at Meridian 13.

Newbridge chaired a roundtable between housing associations and three leading funders to explore the potential positive impact of SLLs in the social housing sector.