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Report warns of risks of joint London council pension fund
 
A £2.5 million London-wide infrastructure investment fund could be created by merging council pension funds, under proposals being considered by the capitalís pension bosses.
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A group of housing associations and ALMOs in England and Wales is inviting joint venture private finance for social housing.
Scottish government unveils enterprise area incentives
 
Companies will qualify for business rate discounts of up to £275,000 in enterprise areas, the Scottish government announced this week.
Welsh minister seeks extension of enterprise zone powers
 
The Welsh government is negotiating an extension of enhanced capital allowances for enterprise zones in Wales.
Enterprise zones forging ahead with simplified planning
 
Two thirds of enterprise zones will have simplified planning regimes in place by the summer, the government has announced.
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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.
 


12 April 2012
 

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