Bristol & Bath Regional Capital
Bristol & Bath Regional Capital’s (BBRC) ambition is to become a significant and commercially sustainable driving force in the development of the region, catalysing regional change through civic-led, commercially-focused and innovative investment.
We work with investors to offer bespoke investment opportunities that provide both a financial and social return and support local projects.
We work with local projects and enterprises looking to grow, offering expert advice and access to loan and other finance at competitive rates. We look wherever possible for local investors and we seek to ensure that local values of inclusivity and community empowerment are embedded in the projects we support.
We work with the community to create and maintain a broad and effective civic partnership. This collaboration increases local delivery and development via improved engagement with skills, ideas, connectivity and inclusion, thus improving investable deal flow and embedding long-term values. Core to our mission is enabling local citizens and institutions to invest in their local infrastructure and services.
BBRC 2018 Impact Report
Our first impact report highlighting the investment we’ve raised and placed and some of the projects we’ve worked with since 2015.
Find out more about
- The projects we have funded and our approach to investing in the West of England.
- The people we have worked with and examples of how we work across public, private and third sectors, using our network to make change happen.
- The places and local communities which have grown as a response to new developments we’ve facilitated.
Click below to see BBRC in action, with video footage of our projects and details of how you can get involved!
Bristol City Funds has completed its first social impact investment, with £150,000 invested into Talking Money, a money advice service based in Old Market, Bristol. Talking Money provide free, independent, specialist advice, help and mentoring to individuals...
Local partnership to receive a share of £33m to support social enterprises tackling inequality (IMAGE: Social Enterprise Babassa participated in the community consultation phase of the Local Access bid) Bristol will receive a share of a new £33 million investment...
Today’s guest blog comes from Edward Rowberry, Chief Executive of Bristol and Bath Regional Capital (BBRC), following the launch of Bristol’s £10million City Fund in Bristol. It always amazes me what can be achieved in the City of Bristol. I’ve lived here for ten...