Incomplete devolution of funding powers is putting councils' provision of public services in danger, according to a new report.
The British Property Federation (BPF) has welcomed the government's proposed changes to the community infrastructure levy.
The government's housing watchdog has published a consultation on regulating the housing association sector, which could ringfence social housing from riskier activities.
An investment bank providing funds for infrastructure should allocate its cash on a regional basis, according to new research.
A national fund for urban development would quicken the pace of regeneration, according to research by think tank Centre for Cities.
Trade union Unison has urged Scottish councils to invest pension fund cash in affordable social housing rather than abroad.
Regeneration experts have voiced disappointment that this week's Budget focused on large-scale national infrastructure projects rather than smaller scale projects.
The government has accepted nearly all the recommendations made by Lord Heseltine's recent report into encouraging regional economic growth.
Chancellor George Osborne has increased funding to provide private sector rented housing from £200 million to £1 billion.
The government has doubled the amount of pension assets that local authorities can invest in infrastructure.
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A report which includes a look at the most favoured funding methods for town centre regeneration schemes in Scotland.
Former deputy prime minister Michael Heseltine's report recommends a raft of actions to boost growth in England.
The report calls for the removal of a series of blockages prohibiting councils and the private sector from "investing in the development which would speed up economic recovery."
A powerful rolling investment fund could be created using a cocktail of funding streams.
Under what circumstances is it suitable for the public sector to grant a company rights to exploit revenues of an infrastructure asset?
Could new bodies take the strain of local infrastructure provision?
Could local authorities achieve economies of scale by borrowing through a special purpose finance vehicle?
Can the PFI model be reshaped to make it attractive to pension funds and institutional investors?
It might be the most familiar model, but it does come with disadvantages.
The government is backing a new initiative aimed at providing pension fund investment in infrastructure. What are the chances of success for the Pensions Infrastructure Platform?
This report summarises the results of Sir Adrian Montague's review of the barriers to institutional investment in private rented homes, which examined how best to encourage greater investment in rental properties and sought to explore the factors that might encourage institutions to invest in new homes for rent.
The report argues that the localisation of funding must be part of the government's localism agenda.
A report suggesting the introduction of a new "community infrastructure bond" to fund development.
The Welsh Government has published the Wales Infrastructure Investment Plan for Growth and Jobs to ensure that its future capital investment is used to deliver the maximum benefits to Wales.
Using a number of case studies, the report draws out critical success factors as well as examining a number of interdependencies inherent in regeneration programmes, before proposing tools and some recommendations for central government that Localis believes could help improve future regeneration efforts.
Accelerating the release of public sector land for development: Main Findings from the 2012 data collection from NHS trusts
Updated list of surplus sites within the NHS in England.
This brief note looks at the size and the nature of the job that council leaders do now, and that new mayors will take on, as well as reviewing the resources at their disposal. It then considers what powers mayors may need to deliver on a key aspect of their brief: supporting the growth of the local economy.
A survey of London councils which reveals how many are considering innovative funding solutions to aid regeneration
Implications for local financing mechanisms following the 2012 Budget
Recommendations on the implementation of tax increment financing in England.
An assessment of the first year of local enterprise partnerships.
The report strongly recommends ensuring the reform of business rates is geared towards a pure focus on business growth, avoiding recreating the complexities of the current grant settlement process.
What tools are available to local authorities to sustain regeneration in an age of austerity?