Estate regeneration made easy – A-Z guide for local authorities


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Local authority housing has been a core part of the UK’s housing delivery for over 50 years.

How we shape homes, places and open spaces for people, neighbourhoods and communities to thrive in remains key to their success. The vital role they play in addressing the housing crisis is also central.

When done well, estate regeneration has the potential to transform homes and neighbourhoods through delivering well-designed good quality homes that are affordable, whilst also delivering new and improved community facilities and training and employment opportunities for local residents. 

Estate regeneration is complex in nature. There are a number of issues that local authorities face when looking to regenerate housing estates including; considering how to improve the energy efficiency of homes, thinking about how to get sufficient cash to fund the regeneration, to considering how the scheme works for its people and the local community. 

In this A-Z guide we unpick some of the key issues faced by local authorities when delivering estate regeneration schemes. 

If you would like to discuss any aspect of this guide or how you can achieve a successful outcome with your estate regeneration schemes contact Scott Dorling or your usual Trowers' public sector team representative.  

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