More than £1bn

March 2008
Public Finance;3/7/2008, p14
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The article reports that more than one billion British pounds is being given to 12 areas in the North of England and the Midlands to improve housing and support regeneration schemes. The allocations guarantee the future of the housing renewal program until 2011. It was announced on February 28, 2008 by the Department for Communities and Local Government.


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