Derby City Embassy Presentation - MIPIM 2014

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In front of over 100 investors, Derby presented future regeneration plans for the city, as well as news on new hi-tech jobs coming to the city.

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Derby City Embassy Presentation - MIPIM 2014

  1. 1. John Forkin Managing Director, Marketing Derby
  2. 2. Leading Innovation for Over 300 Years
  3. 3. Derby and Barcelona Collaboration
  4. 4. 2014 Inward Investment Success
  5. 5. 15-17 October, Olympia, London21 May, Birmingham • UK Property Show • Made in Derby @ Made in UK June-July, Liverpool
  6. 6. 11th June - iPro Stadium Hosted by : BBC Presenter Declan Curry
  7. 7. Peter Richardson Chair, D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership
  8. 8. D2N2 Strategic Economic Plan
  9. 9. HS2 Academy - Derby
  10. 10. Derby Renaissance Board
  11. 11. Richard Williams Director of Regeneration, Derby City Council
  12. 12. Derby’s Renaissance – The Journey
  13. 13. Economic Regeneration Strategy  Supporting global employers  City centre offices  Leisure and Public Realm  Direct project funding
  14. 14. Council Initiatives: The Council House  £24m HQ  2,000 staff  BREEAM Excellent
  15. 15.  £30m  On site  Open Christmas 2014 Council Initiatives: Derby Arena
  16. 16.  £20m investment  Olympic length  Start Spring 2015 Council Initiatives: Swimming Pool
  17. 17.  £3m  Phase 2 partners wanted  Heart of Cathedral Quarter  Wilmot Dixon Office Developments: Sadler Bridge Square
  18. 18.  £3m  1,600 m2 managed offices  Completion Summer 2014 Office Developments: Magistrates Court
  19. 19.  Regeneration Fund  Phase 1, £10m  3,100 m2 BREEAM Excellent Office Developments: Friar Gate Square Phase 1
  20. 20.  Potentially 3,000 m2 pre-let  Phase 1 6,000 m2  DCC Regeneration Fund Office Developments: One Derby
  21. 21. Public Realm Investment  The Spot  £2.5m investment in total  Purple flag status
  22. 22. Public Realm Investment  Architectural lighting programme  Vibrant city centre  Positive experience
  23. 23. Public Realm Investment  Shop front grants  £xm investment  Historic quarter properties
  24. 24. Our City, Our River  Unlocking development potential  £90m+ scheme  10 years  Masterplan with developer certainty ‘Our City Our River is fundamentally about re- establishing a positive relationship between Derby and its river and ensuring the city remains a vibrant and attractive place for people to live, work and visit.’
  25. 25. Digital Derby  £2m vouchers
  26. 26.  Emerging project  Launch imminent  Potentially 1,000 dwellings Residential: City Centre Living
  27. 27.  Roman House refurbishment  Conversion to specialist housing  Deal by 31st March 2014 Residential: City Centre Living
  28. 28.  Phase 1: 163 dwellings, 1500 m2 commercial  On site  Selling off plan Residential: Castleward Urban Village
  29. 29.  Marble Hall refurbishment (with Rolls-Royce plc)  New school  Community engagement  Keepmoat Residential: Osmaston
  30. 30.  950 dwellings a year  Double current rate  Southern Derby a priority Residential: New Housing Developments
  31. 31. Derby Enterprise Growth Fund
  32. 32. Derby Enterprise Growth Fund  epm: technology  Significant loan  80 new jobs
  33. 33. Derby Enterprise Growth Fund  Bowler Off Road and Security  £1.4m Project  40 new jobs www.derby.gov.uk/degf
  34. 34. RTC Business Park  Regional Growth Fund - £5m  40,000 m2 offices and light industrial  30+ tenants  LCR refurbishment – 240 new jobs
  35. 35. Infinity Park Derby – Road  5,000 m2 of offices and workshops  Collaboration spaces and demonstration facilities  Showcasing PTA SMEs and Uni interface
  36. 36. Infinity Park Derby – Location Plan
  37. 37. Infinity Park Derby – Innovation Hub  Assisting SME supply chain improvements  Supporting workforce skills  Building workforce skills  Nurturing new company & spin out companies
  38. 38. Infinity Park Derby – ENSCITE  University of Derby lead  Collaboration with Aston and Cranfield Universities  6,000 m2 offices and workshops  Collaboration spaces and demonstration facilities
  39. 39. Bob Betts Chairman, Marketing Derby

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