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Debt guarantees "could breath life into option 1 TIF"
The government's pledge of 40 billion in guarantees for infrastructure debt could support tax increment finance projects, according to the British Property Federation.
Homes funding "over-reliant on housing association health"
The government's funding model for providing affordable homes could collapse if housing association finances weaken, according to a group of MPs.
Lawyer: Levy amendments leave "unfinished business"
Ministers have revised CIL regulations after developer complaints that the charge was stymieing development.
Ministers 'consider dropping council pension cap'
Ministers are considering removing the 15% cap on the amount council pension funds can invest in limited partnerships, according to a report.
Accelerating economic growth
INTERVIEW: Karl Eddy, lead public sector partner at financial advisor Grant Thornton, is playing a major role in a new government initiative to promote growth among small and medium-sized businesses.
TIF schemes top choice to fund Scottish town centre projects
Tax increment financing is the most popular funding mechanism being considered by local authorities in Scotland looking to fund town centre regeneration projects, according to new research.
Scottish government defends Aberdeen TIF decision
Scottish government officials approved plans, since aborted, for Aberdeen's tax increment finance scheme even though it was ranked just tenth out of a list of bids.
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18 October 2012


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