In these challenging times, in which public funding is limited and private investment is wary, we need to work together to find new and innovative approaches to regeneration work.
We have therefore established a network of regeneration leaders to encourage collaborative working and cross-sector engagement.
We are a charity that saves redundant historic sites and uses their development as a starting block for community-led regeneration. We understand the importance of charity working collaboratively with a range of partners and therefore has worked to ensure the cross-sector network membership list is diverse. The network will run a series of events, talks and roundtable discussions in which members can exchange ideas and work together to find new ways to approach old problems.
In all sectors – money is limited- therefore the network is free for all members and will use new media and online platforms to share information. It will therefore allow people who are unable to attend to be able to contribute to the discussion.