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Birmingham approves £119 million TIF scheme
 
Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership has revealed its plans for the UK's biggest tax increment finance scheme.
Housing associations in line for cheaper borrowing
 
The government is set to scrap the requirement for developers to provide affordable housing through planning gain agreements, and to allow housing associations to borrow more cheaply.
Minister reveals high interest in infrastructure scheme
 
Chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander says that officials have already received 30 expressions of interest in its scheme to underwrite infrastructure development.
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SocInvest's LinkedIn group is building its membership - join today and take part in the conversation.
Council drops levy plans over admin costs
 
Wolverhampton has decided to drop plans for a community infrastructure levy because it would cost too much to administer.
Developers could force planning renegotiaion
 
The government has unveiled plans to allow developers to formally request the renegotiation of planning obligations agreed before April 2010.
Pressure for new regeneration bill
 
The government is under pressure from Conservative backbenchers to deliver a new economic regeneration bill, according to reports.
£10 million available for North West regeneration
 
The North West European Regional Development Fund team has issued a call for bids to help open up strategically important brownfield development sites.
Council threatens to pull out of enterprise partnership
 
A Norfolk council is threatening to withdraw from its local enterprise partnership due to its lack of communication.
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.


16 August 2012
 

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