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Age and the funding time bomb

United Kingdom - October 31 2011 These are the opening words of the report of the Commission on Funding Care and Support published in July by the Commission’s chair Andrew Dilnot.

Tax increment financing

United Kingdom - April 4 2011 Tax increment financing (or TIF) is an idea that has come from North America to help facilitate the regeneration of land by providing that any increase in the revenue from business rates arising from a new development (“the tax increment”) is earmarked to meet the original costs of remediating the land and providing the infrastructure that allowed the development in the first place.

Quicker recovery of illegal state aid - the commission is getting tougher

European Union - February 28 2011 The need to consider State aid is often overlooked.

Co-authors: Katherine Souter, Simon Elsegood, Ron Plascow.

When is a work a public work?

European Union - September 23 2010 ECJ's ruling in the Helmut Müller case has provided some welcome clarification of the impact of EU procurement rules on development projects.

LAML – the procurement issues

United Kingdom - November 5 2009 The LAML case, the Court of Appeal’s decision in Brent LBC v Risk Management Partners Limited (RMP) and London Authorities Mutual Limited (LAML) and Harrow LBC as interested parties (2009) of June this year, has rightly received a good deal of coverage for its implication on the use of the section 2 (Local Government Act 2000) power of well-being.

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