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Three cities win ringfenced TIF powers
 
The Government has announced the three cities which will be allowed to use ringfenced tax increment financing powers as part of its second wave of city deals.
Housebuilder slams government housing initiatives
 
Coalition government initiatives to boost housebuilding have been largely unsuccessful, according to a leading housebuilder.
Agency shifts focus to marketing surplus land
 
The government's regeneration quango will spend the next year getting surplus land owned by departments ready to be sold, it says.
Housebuilders band together to challenge levy proposals
 
A group of major housebuilders has set up a fund to pay for challenges to councils introducing a community infrastructure levy.
Scottish minister makes bid for unspent cash
 
Scottish infrastructure secretary Alex Neil has called for Whitehall to divert an unspent 6.7 billion to fund Scottish construction projects.
Southwark set to consult on levy proposals
 
The London Borough of Southwark looks likely to approve plans to consult on its community infrastructure levy preliminary draft charging schedule.
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.
Features
Analysis: City deals spawn new regeneration finance models
The new raft of city deals announced for the UK's core cities provide new ways for private and public sector to work together. Grant Thornton's Phil Woolley and Nathan Good examine the landmark agreements.
 
What does the city deal mean to Newcastle?
Newcastle Council sees the need for a regional approach to regeneration.
 
What does the city deal mean to Sheffield?
Sheffield shows a clear commitment to forming a combined South Yorkshire authority that builds on the shared ambition of the public and private sectors.
 
What does the City Deal mean to Nottingham?
The Nottingham City Deal titled 'Connected, Creative, Competitive' sets out a bold agenda for change, designed to create the conditions necessary for long term sustainable growth.
 


12 July 2012
 

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