See how we’re delivering activity across five key areas: regional vision, planning, enabling development, infrastructure and inward investment.

Ensuring a bright future for the North East

There’s a great opportunity for the North East to build on recent growth, drive forward new development and become a more prosperous region.

But securing improvements to the places where we live, work and play requires a fundamental change in how private and public sector organisations across the North East work together.

We crucially need to unlock barriers to development, create the right conditions for growth, attract inward investment and enable the delivery of new homes, offices and infrastructure for the businesses and residents of the North East.

Consensus through collaboration

This can only be achieved through strong collaboration across the region, better communication between public and private sector organisations, and through building a full dialogue on the topics that matter. 

A joined-up approach to planning and development will enable us to make the most of what we have and deliver the economic assets and infrastructure that will secure the brightest future for our region.

The latest from Developing Consensus

Successful North East investment fund continues to promote levelling up in the region under its new name, ‘Develop North PLC’ https://www.businessupnorth.co.uk/successful-north-east-investment-fund-continues-to-promote-levelling-up-in-the-region-under-its-new-name-develop-north-plc/

Congratulations to DC member @NaylorsGB who acted on 428,449 sq ft of deals in the first quarter of the year.

Fantastic to see reports of such a positive start to 2022 for our sector 👏🏻

Read the article from @TheNorthernEcho👇🏻

https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/20137715.team-named-active-industrial-agent/

#NorthEast #Property

Read all about it! We're heading to @UKREiiF next week with an action packed events programme and an almost 100 strong delegation. Huge thank you to our sponsors, we can't wait to see you all in Leeds 👏 https://investnewcastle.com/news-and-events/invest-newcastle-head-to-uk-built-environment-conference-with-100-strong-delegation-in-bid-for-investment/

1/2 We hope the @Tynetoinvest delegation have a fantastic time at @UKREiiF next week and we look forward to seeing your updates.

If you're attending, make sure to look out for the below events and investment opportunities from the team...

Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill officially unveiled in the Queen's speech.

Read the full government statement: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/prime-minister-to-give-local-leaders-power-to-breathe-new-life-into-high-streets

#LevellingUp #DCLevelUp

A massive congratulations to Team NGB for completing the Sunderland 10k and Half Marathon yesterday! #team #runninglife #motivation #keeprunning

Structural progress at @UniofNewcastle @EngineeringNCL new Stephenson building - @IdentityConsult delighted to be involved in this one, keep up the good work @bandkbuild! #structure #construction #projectmanagement

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