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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.

2 August 2012

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By GVA Financial Consulting



Jones Lang Lasalle

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