Tees Valley Regeneration
|Teesside Valley Regeneration|
Teesdale Business Park, Thornaby-on-Tees
|former Chief executive||Joe Docherty|
|Website||Tees Valley Regeneration|
Tees Valley Regeneration was an urban regeneration company covering the Tees Valley area of North East England and at one time was the largest urban development agency in England. The headquarters were at Cavendish House, Teesdale Business Park in Thornaby-on-Tees.
Tees Valley Regeneration started in 2002 and operated for seven years under the leadership of Joe Docherty, who left the organisation in 2009. TVR closed in 2010 with responsibility for regeneration handed over to local councils.
Tees Valley Regeneration's main regeneration projects were:
- Middlehaven in Middlesbrough, in particular the development of the new Middlesbrough College and Temenos, one of the Tees Valley Giants
- North Shore in Stockton-on-Tees, in particular the development of Infinity Bridge, expansion of Durham University Queen's Campus and the North Shore development
- Other local and regional development agencies
- One NorthEast (closed 2012)
- SMi - Stockton Middlesbrough Initiative
- Teesside Development Corporation (defunct 1998).
- "Opportunity of a different dimension". Homes and Communities Agency. Retrieved 14 August 2009.[dead link]
- McKenzie, Sandy (24 March 2009). "Tees Valley Regeneration to close after seven years". Gazette Live. Teesside: Evening Gazette. Retrieved 14 August 2009.
- Tees Vallery Giants "Tees Valley Giants".[dead link]