Public Private Partnerships
The benefits of creating local asset backed vehicles are still strong, despite the failure of some early versions of the model, according to a new report produced on behalf of the Confederation of British Industry.
A council in the North West is considering using a local asset backed vehicle to sweat its land holdings.
Leeds City Council has signed a contract to deliver the regeneration of an estate in the first housing PFI deal to rely on bond, rather than bank, finance.
Alan Aisbett from law firm Pinsent Masons delves into the implications of the comprehensive spending review for regeneration and growth funding.
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.
The public sector should consider using compulsory purchase powers to assemble the land needed to create the government's new wave of garden cities, according to a new report.
Developer John Laing is set to make 16 redundancies, blaming a lack of opportunities in the public private partnership opportunities in the UK and “lack of traction” in the LABV model.
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Councils and developers working together to provide housing and property must change the way they engage, according to a new report.
SocInvest has updated its intelligence section to help users find documents related to regeneration finance more easily.
Public Private Partnerships Intelligence
A report which includes a look at the most favoured funding methods for town centre regeneration schemes in Scotland.
Can the PFI model be reshaped to make it attractive to pension funds and institutional investors?
New guidance making it easier for housing associations to dispose of vacant housing and surplus land.
Why it is often easier for the public sector to raise regeneration finance than the private sector?
How the collapse of the financial markets hit existing forms of property regeneration finance.
Report from spending watchdog outlining concerns that local authorities are paying too much to service PFI debt.
What tools are available to local authorities to sustain regeneration in an age of austerity?
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