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Councils to be given financial incentives to sell land
The government has indicated it is willing to grant councils greater spending freedoms if they sell off land assets.
Analysis: A recipe for recovery and growth?
Alan Aisbett from law firm Pinsent Masons delves into the implications of the comprehensive spending review for regeneration and growth funding.
New Homes Bonus cash creamed off for LEP fund
Councils will be expected to contribute 400 million from New Homes Bonus receipts towards a new 15 billion growth fund run by local enterprise partnerships, chancellor George Osborne has announced.
Government to extend infrastructure underwriting scheme
The UK Guarantees scheme, which underwrites infrastructure projects, is to be expanded.
Fitch downgrades associations due to 'increased risk'
Ratings agency Fitch says welfare reform and weaker regulation are likely to increase the risks faced by housing associations.
EU calls for more planning reform to increase homes
The European Commission has called on the government to undertake further planning reforms to improve the supply of new housing in the UK.
Councils funds seek manager for joint investment vehicle
Five councils are teaming up to pool 250 million of pension funds to invest in social infrastructure.
Enterprise zone infrastructure cash boost
The government has announced that it to increase its infrastructure investment in enterprise zones to 104 million.
Government hints it could alter council borrowing cap
The government is examining how it could lift the current cap on council borrowing in order to raise housebuilding levels.

28 June 2013


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