If you have problems reading this email, click here to read it online.

SocInvest
Latest News

'Government missed match funding opportunity', say experts

Regeneration experts told a committee of MPs that the government missed an opportunity to use its Regional Growth Fund to help sustain Europe-funded regeneration projects.
Read more



{image} Think tank calls for extension of mayoral fiefdoms
 
Centre for Cities, which campaigned for elected city mayors, now says that the new figureheads should operate over a wider area than currently planned.
{image} PFI replacement contracts 'must be shorter'
 
Contracts for the Treasury’s mooted replacement for the private finance initiative should be less than 30 years, according to the public accounts select committee.

MP report questions value for money of RDA asset sale

A committee of MPs has raised doubts over the value for money achieved by the government's disposal of assets held by the former regional development agencies.
Read more



{image} Contract signed on first homes fund scheme
 
Contracts have been exchanged to release funding for the first scheme to benefit from the government’s £570 million Get Britain Building fund.
{image} Academic warns that TIF schemes must be transparent
 
The UK must ensure that tax increment finance schemes are properly monitored if they are to avoid problems associated with the US model, according to a UK academic.
{image} City of London appoints CIL adviser
 
The City of London Corporation has appointed property consultant Gerald Eve to help it prepare for the introduction of its community infrastructure levy.
Features {features}


3 May 2012
 

{promo} Sponsors
GVA Financial Consulting

Mills and Reeve

Pinsent Masons

Centre for Cities

Core Cities

Sitematch London

            Copyright © 2012      3Fox International Limited follow us

You have been sent this email as we believe you are interested in Regeneration Finance. Please feel free to forward this email to your colleagues, as appropriate. If you don't want to receive this newsletter, please accept our apologies and use the link below to "unsubscribe". If you received this message from a colleague, you can use the link below to "update your details" and receive future newsletters directly.

Unsubscribe     Update your details     Privacy policy