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    Tom Bloxham



    Tom Bloxham MBE is chairman and founder of award-winning regeneration company Urban Splash, which has received 460 awards to date for architecture, design and business success.

    Since its inception in 1993, the company has collaborated with world-class architects and designers to restore old buildings and create new, sustainable communities across the country.

    Regeneration projects completed by the company include; Fort Dunlop, Rotunda and Port Loop in Birmingham, Chimney Pot Park in Salford, Castlefield, the Northern Quarter and New Islington in Manchester, The Midland Hotel in Morecambe, Lakeshore in Bristol, Royal William Yard in Plymouth, Lister Mills in Bradford, Park Hill in Sheffield, Matchworks in South Liverpool and the Ropewalks in Liverpool.

    Tom also upholds a number of other positions including; Chairman of Manchester International Festival, and trustee of Tate, the Manchester United Foundation and The Bloxham Charitable Trust.

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