Sustainable Regeneration Solutions (SRS), is a not for profit, place making and problem solving company, offering project consultancy support and bespoke advice to the public, private and third sectors in the field of sustainable place making, fundraising and development of alternative service delivery models.
"We invest all our profits back into the places we help."
We seek to provide individual and multi-stakeholder solutions to challenging issues which, by their nature, require intelligence, analysis, collaboration and innovation.
We solve problems which others are reluctant to address, through identifying win/win strategies based on inclusive dialogue and implementing deliverable, fundable actions
About Chris Ashman
Chris Ashman, lead director, is a Placemaker by profession. A project manager, multidisciplinary team leader and partnership facilitator of the highest order, with a track record of delivery over 25 years in the economic,social and environmental regeneration field. Chris demonstrates flexibility, commitment and determination to reconcile the physical and social aspects of change in places achieving measurable results for local communities.Formerly a Programme Director for the Welsh Government and Head of Policy for Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council , Chris is particularly successful in multi organisational delivery settings, focusing on the development of sustainable communities. He possesses a wide ranging, client side, senior experience at every level of governance in Wales in the last 20 years. From the successful Cardiff Bay development programme, through leading on the development of social clauses for public works, to changing perceptions of the South Wales Valleys as an attractive place to live, work and visit, his track record speaks for itself in being able to bring partners together, secure consensus and find the resources to make change happen
Highly competent in strategy development as well as project delivery Chris works with a wide range of clients in business planning, making successful funding applications, including EU funds and undertaking impact assessment projects. His current focus is on helping public bodies to respond to the requirements of new Well Being, Planning, Environment and Health and Social Care legislation in Wales.
Chris Ashman in conversation with Place makers at an EU conference