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Bradford brings in help to develop CIL
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Countdown to SocInvest 12
With less than one week to go to SocInvest 12, the UK's leading regeneration funding conference, over 180 delegates are registered.
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 SocInvest 2012 conference took place on 26 June in Westminster, London.

View pictures from the event.
INTERVIEW: Andrew Screen, head of GVA Financial Consulting
Andrew Screen is upbeat about innovations in development finance, despite the loss of momentum on TIF and new-generation PFI.
INTERVIEW: Adrian Kerrison, growth point manager, Newark and Sherwood District Council
SocInvest talks to the man jointly running a public/private consultancy providing advice to councils implementing the community infrastructure levy.
INTERVIEW: Ken Jones, director of housing strategy London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
How a London borough housing chief won institutional investment into his affordable housing programme.
INTERVIEW: Martin Yardley, director of city services and development, Coventry City Council
Martin Yardley accepts that it is easy to be cynical about LEPs, but says they are helping to unlock development.

21 June 2012

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