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Commission calls for TIF powers for London
A heavyweight commission appointed by London mayor Boris Johnson has called on the government to loosen regulations around tax increment financing to boost regeneration in London.
Moody's downgrades housing association credit ratings
Credit rating agency Moody's has downgraded the issuer and debt ratings of 29 English housing associations to reflect concerns over the support on offer from Government if they were to get into financial difficulties.
INTERVIEW: Jenny Coombs, project director of Local Partnerships
Jenny Coombs explains why the local asset backed vehicle model has plenty of life left.
Councils 'will struggle' without further funding devolution
The incomplete devolution of funding powers is putting the provision of public services by councils in danger, according to a new report.
Rules review announced to discourage demolition
The government is planning to tweak regeneration funding to reduce the financial incentives to demolish housing, it has announced.
Work set to start on Bournemouth LABV projects
Morgan Sindell Investments has signed contracts for 40 million of regeneration activity as part of its local asset backed vehicle owned jointly with Bournemouth Borough Council.
MPs call for greater LEP funding stability
Core funding for Local Enterprise Partnerships should be increased for longer periods in order to provide them with greater certainty and security, according to a committee of MPs.
Notting Hill to create private sector rented portfolio
Notting Hill Housing Group has been given a 45 million loan to create a 90 million private sector rented portfolio.
Councils lobby for funding reforms
Councils funding needs a radical overhaul in the face of cuts of almost a third to their budgets, according to the Local Government Association.

23 May 2013


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