Rose Regeneration

Business

We support Businesses to access grants and develop projects; set up public/private sector partnerships; and establish innovative approaches around corporate social responsibility.

Investment-led Growth

Investment Funding 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have prepared a funding bid to help improve the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises.

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Optimising Broadband

broadband 8We have been supporting a broadband programme that aims to make businesses aware of the availability and use of digital technologies.

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Coastal Champions

seaside 2We have produced Social Return on Investment analysis for a ‎’Fisheries; Coastal Community Animateur’ at Cornwall Rural Community Council.

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‘Bucolica’– the Rural Idyll

YAS1Are rural places becoming more or less sustainable? What does farming contribute to rural communities? And how can we measure this?

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Social Enterprise – opportunity knocks?

RCNWe have had an article published in Network News.

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Rural Growth

GedlingThere are 505,000 businesses in rural areas – around 28% of all businesses in England.

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Regional Growth Fund

Regional Growth FundWe helped three clients develop proposals for funding from the Regional Growth Fund in 2013.
Our clients included a major landowner at the coast and an organisation bringing forward three new domiciliary care operations in the Sheffield area.

Coastal Communities Fund

Coastal Communities FundWe have supported 4 bids to the Coastal Community Fund over the last two programmes.

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Pembrokeshire Produce Direct

PembrokeshireProduceDirectIn partnership with CM International, Rose Regeneration was employed to provide an independent evaluation of the Pembrokeshire Produce Direct supply chain initiative.

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Putting the Spotlight on Farming Communities

Putting the spotlight on farming communitiesOur report, Putting the Spotlight on Farming Communities, was launched by Tim Farron MP (Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hill Farming) at the House of Commons on 21 May 2013.

Tim Farron described the report as “a powerful local response to that old mantra think globally act locally. These networks are not about farming in some abstract or narrow sense. They have wider beneficial impacts for the communities in which they are based and the environment”.

The Farmer Networks project was commissioned by the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) with financial support from Solway Border & Eden and Cumbria Fells & Dales Leader Local Action Groups, the Lake District National Park Authority, Natural England and the Prince’s Countryside Fund.

For more information about this project, please contact ivan.annibal@roseregeneration.co.uk.

A copy of the report can be downloaded here.