“What I enjoy most about my job is engaging with residents and businesses to understand how development and regeneration impacts upon their everyday lives. It is incredibly motivating to know that I provide the insight that enables clients to design and target inventions in the future.”

Alex Quattrone


Alex Quattrone




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Office: London
Education: MSc Urban Regeneration (Merit), BSc Urban Planning, Design and Management (1st)
Areas of Expertise: Urban Regeneration, Project Evaluation, Community Engagement.
Alex joined Regeneris as a Research Consultant in 2015 after completing his MSc in Urban Regeneration at University College London. He previously graduated from the same university with a BSc in Urban Planning, Design and Management.

During his studies Alex completed several internships for key stakeholders in the development process, including Land Securities, the London Borough of Ealing and New London Architecture.
His experience covers a broad spectrum of economic development and regeneration fields, including area and sector strategies, programme evaluation and impact assessment. He has particular expertise in undertaking socio-economic analysis on town centres, cities and regions, and has advised several private, public and third sector organisations in developing area based economic strategies.

Alex has recently worked with the Greater London Authority to evaluate and develop a forward plan of the Mayor’s Regeneration Fund, a £62 million package of regeneration funding identified for the area’s worst affected by the August 2011 civil disturbance.

Alex likes to make the most of his time outside the office and has a diversity of interests, from playing football and rock climbing to exploring London and the countryside on his bike. On a quiet evening, Alex enjoys watching short films and documentaries, listening to podcasts and getting creative with arts, crafts and DIY.


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