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Webre Consulting, LLC is a community and government relations advocacy firm headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana. Founded in 2013, Webre Consulting’s full-time staff have backgrounds in government and community relations, project management, and non-profit executive leadership.

Webre Consulting specializes in economic development programs such as Historic Tax Credits, Restoration Tax Abatement, and other incentive-based programs to promote redevelopment of commercial and residential buildings and urban-infill development. Webre Consulting advises clients in legislative and zoning matters, land use and transportation planning, mixed-income and affordable housing, and historic district compliance.

Webre Consulting moves through the complicated government and community approval processes required to open and sustain successful ventures. From acquisition to licensing, our client projects range from hotels, restaurants (food and beverage), government, education, cultural commerce, commercial and residential development.

Webre Consulting is State & Local Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (SLDBE) certified by the City of New Orleans and is certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

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