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Need to know: Liverpool masterplan aims to boost Beatles tourism

Need to know: Liverpool masterplan aims to boost Beatles tourism

City council looks to spatial regeneration framework in bid to grow its £90 million a year Beatles-related heritage industry.

 

Need to know: Countryside and Clarion JV to build Ebbsfleet homes

Need to know: Countryside and Clarion JV to build Ebbsfleet homes

Housebuilder and housing association join forces with aim of delivering 2,600 homes at Ebbsfleet Garden City's Eastern Quarry.

Need to know: New brand for north west housing associations

Need to know: New brand for north west housing associations

Five housing associations operating in the north west have joined forces under a single brand, becoming one of the region's largest providers.

Analysis: Tapping into crowdfunding

Analysis: Tapping into crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is supporting projects to conserve heritage assets, revive green spaces and regenerate amenities, but it can't replace core running costs, Josephine Smit finds.

Need to know: Transport for London steps up activity on station sites

Need to know: Transport for London steps up activity on station sites

Agreements are signed to pave way for development over two Elizabeth line stations while more sites make progress.

Need to know: Southend seeks partner for town revamp

Need to know: Southend seeks partner for town revamp

Council is looking for a joint venture development partner to help regenerate the Queensway area with a 1,300 home mixed use scheme.

Need to know: Peabody shortlists Thamesmead partners

Need to know: Peabody shortlists Thamesmead partners

Lendlease and Morgan Sindall Group in contest to work with affordable housing provider on 11,500 home Thamesmead Waterfront regeneration.

Need to know: English Cities Fund doubles investment capability

Need to know: English Cities Fund doubles investment capability

The public-private regeneration partnership is increasing its investment capability to £200 million as it targets new large scale projects.

Opinion: How to fund a growing city

Opinion: How to fund a growing city

In Australia and in the UK, there's a need to harvest some of the uplift in property values that are created by public investments in civic amenity and connectivity, writes Tim Williams.

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