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Peer expresses disappointment at TIF cap
 
Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Kramer has criticised the Treasury for the 'disappointing' cap level on the amount the government will let councils borrow for tax increment financing schemes.
Scotland to consider community infrastructure levy
 
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on whether to introduce a community infrastructure levy.
Conference set to examine funding and finance policy
 
Experts on regeneration and economic development will gather in June to discuss their concerns over tax increment financing and other Government policy affecting regeneration funding and finance.
Borrowing rate cut set to hit municipal bond plans
 
The Treasuryís decision to cut borrowing costs for some local councils could undermine plans by the Local Government Association to create a municipal bonds agency.
Liverpool joint venture announces regeneration plans
 
Regeneration Liverpool, a joint venture between Liverpool City Council and regeneration specialist Sigma Inpartnership Limited, has announced plans to develop five new sites across the city.
Enterprise area attracts renewables giant
 
Spanish renewables manufacturer Gamsea has announced plans to create around 800 new jobs in one of the Scottish governmentís new enterprise areas.
Gloucester enterprise partnership to pilot Portas recommendations
 
Gloucesterís local enterprise partnership has been named as a pilot project to develop retail initiatives recommended in the Portas Review.
Features
INTERVIEW: Centre for Cities chief executive Alexandra Jones
Alexandra Jones raises two cheers for government proposals to give local authorities greater control of decision-making and finance.
 
About the SocInvest newsletter
This newsletter is produced to support the SocInvest programme of regeneration funding and finance events, now in its fifth year.
 
The next SocInvest Conference takes place on 26 June 2012; details are here.
 


29 March 2012
 

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