Coin Street consultancy – supporting community led development
Coin Street has helped with a wide range of projects and a proven track record out in the real world of community-led regeneration and building projects. We manage retail spaces, sports and leisure facilities, housing, restaurants, conference and venue hire, an Ofsted ‘outstanding’ family and children’s centre, festival and community programmes, public realm and building management and maintenance, employment advice, town planning, and network development.
Other previous clients…
Hear from communities and neighbourhoods who have worked with us click on the case studies below.
Black Prince Community Hub
About On 13 October 2011 the Black Prince Trust acquired a 125-year lease of part of the former Lilian Baylis School site. During the next year we will be investing over £2 million in extending and improving sports and community facilities on the site. What is the Black Prince Trust? It is a new charity […]
Jericho – Neighbourhood Transformation
Jericho is a canalside neighbourhood in Oxford. The local community had become concerned about the amount of high density housing being built alongside the canal, and had vigorously and successfully opposed proposals for a residential scheme in front of the grade 1 listed St Barnabas Church, displacing a canal boat yard. After the private owners […]
St Margaret’s House – a new building in a heritage setting
St Margaret’s House was established in 1889 and has been providing charitable services, practical initiatives and office and meeting space for voluntary and community organisations. It owns a terrace of Georgian properties in Bethnal Green, east London and is proposing to build a new building to the rear of its property in order to expand […]
Gamlingay – refurbushing a rural community hub
Gamlingay is a village of less than 4000 residents in rural South Cambridgeshire. The local community centre had become very dilapidated and had to close in 2009, but a dedicated community development charity, Forward Gamlingay, together with the parish council, had been working to raise money to redevelop the centre into a modern Community Eco-Hub, […]
Bungay – a new centre for a ‘fine old town’
Bungay is a town of about 5000 people in north Suffolk. A dedicated committee has been running the Bungay Honeypot Community Centre since 1975. There has been a longstanding aspiration to develop a new centre on a site closer to the main residential population, and Suffolk County Council has agreed to gift a piece of […]