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24 November 2023 — News story
A major £450 million pound levelling up package revealed at this week’s Autumn Statement.
26 October 2023 — Press release
The Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill becomes law from 26 October 2023.
9 November 2023 — Press release
Consultation launched including a number of options to cap ground rents for existing leaseholders.
30 September 2023 — Press release
Fifty-five towns given £20 million endowment-style funds each over 10 years to invest in local people’s priorities.
9 October 2023 — Press release
100 regeneration projects will support thousands of new jobs and boost communities.
24 July 2023 — News story
The Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities have set out further plans for regeneration, inner-city densification and housing delivery across England.
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The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities supports communities across the UK to thrive, making them great places to live and work.
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