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TIF rebranded as 'new development deals'
 
The government has rebranded ringfenced tax increment finance deals, sparking hopes of more impetus to the scheme.
Treasury launches infrastructure guarantee scheme
 
A 40 billion scheme has been unveiled, part of which will underwrite major infrastructure projects.
NEW - Join the SocInvest LinkedIn network
 
SocInvest has launched an online networking service on LinkedIn. Join today to keep in touch with key contacts in the regeneration finance industry.
LEPs could get European fund responsibilities in 2014
 
The government has indicated that local enterprise partnerships may be given responsibility for distributing cash from the European Regional Development Fund from 2014.
JEREMIE chief parts ways with oversight company
 
The chief executive of company overseeing the North West's JEREMIE fund has left his post.
MPs call for easier match funding
 
A committee of MPs has called on the government to make it easier for development projects to secure match funding through the Regional Growth Fund.
Bond finance most popular for housing associations
 
For the first time, bank borrowing has been overtaken by bond finance as housing associations' preferred finance option, according to new figures.
Infrastructure activity flatlining, says RICS
 
The government's attempts to boost growth through infrastructure investment have yet to have any effect, according to new figures from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
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
What does the City Deal mean to Greater Birmingham?
The Greater Birmingham City Deal is titled "A city region powered by technological innovation" and sets out a bold agenda for change designed to create the conditions necessary for long term sustainable growth.
 
What does the City Deal mean to Leeds?
Leeds is building on the emerging Leeds City Region concept already a strong part of the region's identity by looking forming a combined West Yorkshire.
 
What does the City Deal mean to Bristol?
Bristol and the West of England have placed a regional governance framework at the heart of their proposals.
 
What does the City Deal mean to Manchester?
If a prerequisite of a city deal is a robust governance structure, then few cities start with a stronger legacy than Greater Manchester.
 


19 July 2012
 

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