About us

The overall impact of Socio-Economic Regeneration CIC projects and activities are to reduce the health inequalities experienced by disadvantaged communities and improve their quality of life by reducing the social isolation and loneliness they experience living in the Manchester. We will do this by improving the health and wellbeing of people in the area by developing more active lifestyle.

This will enable them to live more independently by looking after themselves and manage any symptoms of poor physical and mental health. Reducing the social isolation, they experienced will enable them to engage in a range of social activities, creating more opportunities for them to access volunteering and learning activities which could lead to employment.

Highly efficient

Our project management team is made up of both residents and professionals that have a vested interest in improving the quality of life  in their neighbourhood. We work with organisations which provides us with professional services in project development and management, quality assurance, and the monitoring and evaluation for project activities.

Our projects are designed and delivered using project management techniques and controls that ensure they are delivered on time, within budget and to the highest quality standards. We develop project plans, project initiation documents, risk management plan, and monitor and evaluate the progress of our projects.

Our Skills

Capacity Building 100%
Management 95%
Workforce Development 99%
Youth Development 95%
Personal Development 90%

Socio-Economic Regeneration CIC use monetised value (using the principles of SROI, Wellbeing Valuation techniques, and Social Value Reporting) with our outcomes, for example, to monetised the values for soft outcomes -increased confidence, self-esteem, motivation, and aspirations as well as the hard outcomes – improved physical and mental health, independent living.

We focused on interventions to reduce the high levels of anti-social behaviour and youth nuisance which has resulted in the social isolation of families. There are significant correlations between older people, fear of crime, social isolation and loneliness which leads to poor physical and mental health.

We use questionnaires to monitor the individuals and groups that accesses our services so that we can get a general picture of the people who engage and identify any gaps in service provision so that we can target the most hard to reach individuals and groups. We use focus group workshops to help us evaluate our services and help shape and improve them as they are taking place.

We also use other methods, tools and techniques for measuring the social, economic, and environmental impact of the services we provide, to ensure we are achieving the outcomes we set out to achieve and the long-term benefits are realised by the stakeholder.