The report highlights the key practical themes of successful regeneration - what works and where - and effective ways of learning from the experiences of others. It charts a supportive project that linked four diverse regeneration programmes in different parts of the UK. By working closely together at all levels, the groups involved in the project improved their strategic understanding and operational approaches. This report is aimed at decision makers in regeneration partnerships, particularly social housing providers. It demonstrates the potential gains when managers and service delivery staff engage in peer review groups with those in other programmes, and shows how to make this happen. It will also be of interest to strategic planners and regeneration budget holders.