A Day in the Life of Regen-IT Story

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This presentation describes the process of a Regen-IT people workshop. Regen-IT requires 6 teams to take responsibility for the regeneration of neighbourhoods in a virtual community. They have to deal …

This presentation describes the process of a Regen-IT people workshop. Regen-IT requires 6 teams to take responsibility for the regeneration of neighbourhoods in a virtual community. They have to deal with the differing issues of crime, transport, health, community wellbeing, economic prosperity, unemployment, housing, and the environment. Regen-IT has been delivered in housing associations, commissioning events and LAA engagement programmes.

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  • 1. Let learning ripple through your organisation Speaker: Mary Dees
  • 2. Let learning ripple through your organisation
  • 3. Nationally Recognised
  • 4. Developed with assistance from Sefton MBC, Sefton Partnership and Sheffield Hallam University.
  • 5. Regen-IT Overview
    • Regen-IT is a learning-simulation about regeneration, affordable housing, and building sustainable communities.
    • Regen-IT represents different organisations with differing needs and drivers:
    • The Housing Developer needs to make money!
    • The Local Authority and LSP need to regenerate and develop a sustainable community.
    • The Housing Association needs to improve and expand its stock.
    • Neighbourhood Management needs to ensure local people can prosper and get involved.
    • They all need to work together to get a high score!
  • 6.   “ The workshop encouraged thinking about the bigger picture.” Poor Housing in the South!
  • 7. Opening Exercise Opening Excersise After introductions and an initial presentation the delegates do an ice breaker excercise.
  • 8. The Main Menu “ The most advanced computer led training course I have attended” Main Menu Shows a virtual community divided into 5 boroughs. Crime, poor housing and schools are prevalent in the south. Congestion and transport are an issue in the town centre.
  • 9. “ An excellent wa y of exploring issues particularly the cross – cutting elements & how they impact across blocks” Looking at the Issues Report Screen Each team is given a mission statement outlining their objectives. They are presented with updated reports to help them make decisions.
  • 10. Decisions, decisions, decisions Investment Having looked at their reports and developed a strategy the teams can invest their budgets. Can they balance their budget? Negotiate with other teams and choose win win wins to create a sustainable community? Provide housing for all? And Regenerate this community.
  • 11. Advance the Round, see the Changes Update Round After all the budget decisions have been made the round is updated. Improvements made to the community are shown.
  • 12. Analyse the Score The Score The score shows how the teams have performed jointly in their LAA, Housing Quality and Political Pledges. Red = 0 – 3 Amber = 3 – 7 Green = 7 – 10 Public opinion is also scored.
  • 13. A New Round with More Issues “ I liked discussing issues with the other members.” - Property Surveyor ”
  • 14. “ Thanks. Excellent process & thought provoking.” Neighbourhood Management Professional
  • 15. www.pixelfountain.co.uk/regen-it