Moss Naylor Young are passionate about regeneration, and see it as the ultimate objective of most of projects that we get involved in. We have been involved in comprehensive regeneration projects in east London around the Olympic site, and in the Chard Regeneration Framework in Somerset, whilst nearly all our projects are part of a wider regeneration scheme. We believe regeneration doesn’t just mean the fabric of a place but bring the community to life and life to the community. Regeneration should include the arts and music as well as commerce, sport and recreation as well as employment. We apply this ethos to all that we do.

Many projects involve an element of business planning, cost benefit analysis or both, for example waterbus services or freight operations need forecasts of revenue streams, whilst investment of public money in regeneration needs to be justified by outputs into the local economy: Moss Naylor Young can deliver all these aspects as part of their work on your project.

Sugar House Lane, East London (2012)

Moss Naylor Young advised private developers on the heritage and transport implications (including water transport) for this major regeneration site in London immediately south of the Olympic Site (which Patrick Moss also had some small involvement with). The Sugar House Lane site is bounded on 3 sides by the waterways of the Lower Lea Valley and on the 4th by the A13 making access problematic, in addition the site included the historic Three Mills conservation area.