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Stephen Nicol

Robust research, analysis and advice from
one of the UK’s leading experts in economic impact

NICOL ECONOMICS was set up to deliver a highly bespoke service to clients wanting clear advice on complex economic development and economic impact projects. It aims to provide the personal touch: what you see is what you get. Nicol Economics translates complex data and concepts into accessible, punchy reports.

Stephen Nicol has over 30 years of experience working as an economist in the public and private sectors. He has worked for major companies, large developers, UK Government departments, international bodies and local government. Stephen is an experienced expert witness, appearing at Public Inquiries on economic impact, housing needs and economic development matters. He has worked across the UK and in most counties and major towns or cities in England. He is particularly interested in the relationship at a local level between economics, arts/culture, housing, land and property and the environment.

Stephen is one of the UK’s leading experts on economic impact. He has led wide-ranging assessments of the economic and social impact of major firms, industries, housing, infrastructure projects, commercial projects and government policies. He led a study of the impact of the oil and gas sector in the Falkland Islands and recently a review of the social impact of community businesses in England.

About Nicol Economics

Stephen Nicol set up Nicol Economics, after 15 years as founder and MD of Regeneris Consulting, to work for interesting clients on interesting projects. He applies his 30 years of experience to current economic development and economic impact challenges. In his spare time he is a Trustee of the Lake District Calvert Trust and a volunteer raising funding for his local community-run open air swimming pool.

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