Delivering sustainable community resilience

BlueFish Regeneration is a Yorkshire-based regeneration team passionate about creating lasting community-led change in towns and cities across the UK.

Since its inception in 2005, BlueFish has worked with communities in urban, rural and coastal areas to develop and deliver projects which will build resilience in communities weathering the storm of post-industrial decline and government austerity.

All neighbourhoods are unique, each with their own heritage and culture.

We believe the future of our towns and cities rests on the skills and energy of local communities to create economically and environmentally sustainable places to live and work. BlueFish supports these communities to deliver the best projects for them, building on their existing assets and making them work for future generations.

We develop and deliver:

If you have a much-loved local project or organisation looking for inspiration and support, take the next step and get in touch via our Contacts page.

"I have worked with Imelda for many years and can vouch for her incisive approach to project challenges and focused attention to high quality delivery. She brings strategic thinking, appreciation of business sustainability and a real understanding of community engagement to every project." - Carolyn Lloyd Brown, The Heritage Angel
“I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Imelda and Blue Fish to other people seeking to benefit from her significant experience, skills and energy for future community projects.” - John Dawson, Development Manager (North), Locality
“Imelda spots potential and offers practical and creative solutions. She delivers these on time, according to the brief and with energy. And she's fun to work with!” - Jane Hustwit, Voluntary Sector Consultant / Chair, York CVS
"Imelda has been a formidable guide at a crucial time of our organisational development". - Gaia Rosenberg Colorni, Development Project Manager, MAP Charity, Leeds


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