Economic Impact Assessment for Elvaston Castle and Country Park

DC Research and our partners Research Team EU have been appointed by Derbyshire County Council to produce an Economic Impact Assessment for Elvaston Castle and Country Park.

Situated less than five miles southeast of Derby City Centre. The 130 hectare site has been run as a Country Park since its purchase by the local authority in 1969 with an estimated 350,000 visitors a year.  The Castle and the Registered Park and Garden are both Grade II* listed, and many other buildings and structures listed as Grade II.

The study will estimate the economic impacts generated currently, and the potential impacts that might be generated as phases of the Elvaston Castle and Country Park Masterplan are delivered.

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For more information please contact Stephen Connolly

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A founding Director of DC Research, Stephen has 25 years research experience achieved through a combination of roles in both academic research and private sector research and consultancy.

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