Recent developments in UK infrastructure funding

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The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) came into force in the UK in 2010. It allows local authorities to raise funds by charging developers levies for undertaking new building projects within a prescribed area (e.g. a zone within a certain radius of a new station). The idea behind the CIL is that new...

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