By their nature, regeneration sites involve complex and conflicting demands, with issues relating to tall buildings and diverse uses. It takes professionalism and experience to knit such sites into the existing urban fabric.
The nation is in need of creative but deliverable urban regeneration to make the best use of our cities and improve their offer in a highly competitive world. Over the years, technology has significantly increased the mobility of capital and talent, and the attraction of our cities is now key to realising their economic potential and opportunity to add value to real estate.
Putting redundant sites to work, fostering their creative reuse to revitalise cities and towns across the country.
We engage in public consultations, negotiate with planning and other authorities and identify key issues, often involving Environmental Impact Assessments and Compulsory Purchase Orders. We know how to navigate to a mutually satisfactory conclusion, addressing areas such as visual and heritage impact; access to daylight and sunlight; transport implications; and the consideration of all stakeholder input.
This depth of expertise is complemented by the wider property and planning capabilities held within the Savills network. As a result, our clients can call upon our extensive services, helping them steer a productive course towards their urban regeneration objectives.