Turning ideas into action is central to the BlueFish approach and it is a key player in rural regeneration and coastal regeneration. Through its project development and delivery, it works with clients to turn their visions into reality. In these challenging economic times, we work with charitable and social enterprises to help them adapt and thrive so that they can continue to deliver their services.
The company’s senior and experienced team combines practicality with creativity, producing forward-thinking strategies for long-term benefits which help forge solutions in these challenging times. Its regeneration project development, implementation and delivery solutions address the different elements of business planning, finance and feasibility to achieve lasting, sustainable renewal that promises the best results for clients. BlueFish works with charities and social enterprises to ensure they grasp the opportunities localism offers, ensuring they can become stable and sustainable. Its clear thinking and strong leadership ensures its input is both effective and objective.
Since its formation in 2005, BlueFish has worked with private, public and voluntary sectors on a wide range of environmentally and economically sustainable projects. The company has also forged a solid network of trusted associates who share its passion for, and commitment to, good regeneration. From inception through to development and delivery, BlueFish engages in close partnership with you. Its dedicated, hands-on approach will guide you and ensure your regeneration project succeeds in giving your community a brighter, better future.
BlueFish helps to create vibrant coastal towns for visitors and locals alike. With a growing market for UK-based holidays, BlueFish works with coastal communities to make sure they offer the best to visitors while benefitting from the regeneration of their town.
Catch Imelda’s blog on culture-led regeneration in coastal towns at http://www.kulturekapitalblog.com and join the debate on how this works for coastal communities.
Rural communities are facing dual challenges of low wage economies and high property values. BlueFish works with rural communities to help them rise to these challenges by stimulating growth in new markets and create towns in which everyone can live and work.
In the current challenging economic climate, the progress in urban regeneration in recent years has slowed in deprived urban areas which are vulnerable to economic fluctuations. BlueFish helps to tackle the effects of long term urban decline by working with local partners and charities to continue to attract investment and create attractive cities for the future.
Imelda Havers is also a Director of the newly-formed Restoration People http://www.restoration-people.com, a specialist heritage regeneration company with a passion for working with local communities to secure the future vitality of historic sites and buildings.