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Call to designate market rent properties "affordable"

A coalition of property companies says that certain homes rented at market rates should be designated “affordable” to encourage institutional investment.
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{image} Welsh government backs new housing delivery vehicle
 
Ely Bridge Development Company will seek institutional investors to fund affordable homes on a site in Wales.
{image} Blog: Welcome to the new SocInvest website
 
Welcome to the new-look SocInvest website, bringing an enhanced news and analysis service to the regeneration funding and finance sector.

Free conference places offered to public sector delegates

Public sector delegates to June’s fifth annual SocInvest regeneration funding and finance conference are being offered free places.
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{image} Report criticises "pointless" mayoral votes
 
The government should reconsider its approach to elected city mayors because the current proposals do not cover functioning economic areas, according to a new report.
{image} £6.4 million TIF boost for devolved administrations
 
The devolved administrations will receive a total of £6.4 million as a result of tax incremental finance measures announced in March’s budget, the government has announced.
{image} Northern Ireland minister dismisses enterprise zone proposals
 
Calls for the whole of Northern Ireland to be turned into an enterprise zone are unworkable, according to the province’s finance minister.
{image} Examiner approves levy draft charging schedule
 
A planning inspector has approved proposals for a community infrastructure levy draft charging schedule proposed by Huntingdonshire District Council.
{image} Parking levy to fund Nottingham station redevelopment
 
Nottingham has finally introduced a workplace parking levy which will fund new transport-related development, nearly two-and-a-half years after the council gave it the go-ahead.
{image} Developer says CIL will squeeze affordable homes provision
 
Fewer affordable homes will be built as a result of the introduction of the community infrastructure levy in England and Wales, according to a leading developer.
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