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Delia Beddis leads Newbridge’s Development & Regeneration team. She specialises in developing solutions for complex housing-led regeneration projects.

Delia has worked on some of the UK’s largest regeneration schemes, including Meridian Water in Enfield, Old Oak & Park Royal and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Delia also brings skills in energy transition, working with public and private sector organisations to develop solutions to energy transition challenges that are needed to decarbonise urban areas.

Prior to joining Newbridge in 2016, Delia led the development and procurement of a series of major projects for the London Legacy Development Corporation and was part of the Social Infrastructure team at the Royal Bank of Canada.

Delia is a Member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and former Chair of Lambeth & Southwark Housing Association.


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.