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Gateshead Quays

Gateshead Quays is at the centrepiece of a regenerated River Tyne area in the heart of the regional capital.

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New Retail Quarter Sheffield

GENECON advised the Homes & Communities Agency and Sheffield City Council on the case to Government for funding to support Hammerson UK's proposals for Sheffield's New Retail Quarter - 'Sevenstone'.

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Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus

Daresbury Science & Innovation Campus (DSIC) is recognised as a world class location for hi-tech business and leading edge science.

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New River Wear Crossing

GENECON prepared a full economic impact assessment to support the case for investment in a spectacular new bridge crossing over the River Wear in Sunderland, on behalf of the City Council, ONE NorthEast and Sunderland arc.

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North West Manufacturing Advisory Service

GENECON was appointed by the Northwest Development Agency to undertake an independent HM Treasury ‘Green Book’ economic appraisal of the £23m North West Future Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS).

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Sunderland Economic Masterplan

GENECON prepared Sunderland’s exciting new Economic Masterplan. This commission came at a critical time for the city with key city centre schemes stalling.

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Leeds City Region Housing & Investment Strategy

Following Leeds’ success in securing pilot City Region forerunner status, GENECON was appointed to develop an innovative and ambitious new housing and regeneration framework to guide future investment priorities and help accelerate economic recovery across the City Region.

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Thames Gateway Economic Priorities

Thames Gateway Kent Partnership (TGKP) commissioned GENECON to undertake an Economic Priorities Study.

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