Regeneration maintain the local environment, according to local people’s

     
Regeneration has 3 distinct aspects to it for an urban area to be
successfully regenerated.  It is divided
into economic development, physical improvement and environmental actions.
Generally economic regeneration deals
with the social and economic issues of transportation projects provide funding
for transport measures that support area regeneration objectives. It gives priority to the public transport needs of
regeneration areas within local transport plans and public funding decisions
Finance and fund brownfield development. Charge taxes to all forms of private
non-residential car parking provision (see 
Sustainable Economy) Restructure economy towards sectors that consumes
fewer environmental resources in use, manufacturing or disposal (see
Sustainable Economy) Charge an environmental impact fees on new development to
reflect its full environmental costs (see Sustainable Economy) Charge tax on vacant
land, which does not penalise genuine developers, but which deters owners
holding onto land unnecessarily (see Sustainable Economy) Rate houses for
environmental rating and running cost rating, so that house-buyers know what
they are getting for their money (see Sustainable Economy) Tackle Low Demand
Housing Areas  Enforce the sale of
abandoned and dilapidated sites or buildings

Allow public bodies flexibility to pay disturbance payments over and
above market value in reaching negotiated settlements for the acquisition of
land Allocate an above-inflation funds for managing and maintaining the urban
environment Establish jointly funded management arrangements between local
authorities and  local businesses for
improving town centres and other commercial districts (see Facilitate Economic
Success ) Use fines from criminal damage and community reparation to repair and
maintain the local environment, according to local people’s stated priorities
Take into account economic needs when designating employment sites in local
development plans (see Facilitate Economic Success ) Create revolving funds for
land assembly, so that public investment in the initial costs of site purchase
can be off-set by a share of subsequent gains achieved through regeneration and
disposal Introduce regional regeneration investment companies and funds, to
increase the amount of private finance flowing into the regeneration projects
(see Facilitate Economic Success ) Pilot estate renewal projects and other area
regeneration projects through the private finance initiative  (see Facilitate Economic Success ) Introduce
a package of tax measures, providing incentives for developers, investors,
small landlords, owner-occupiers and tenants to contribute to the regeneration
of urban sites and buildings that would not otherwise be developed (see  Sustainable Economy) They wanted to restrict
public subsidy for social housing developments of more than 25 homes to schemes
where homes for rent are integrated with shared and full-ownership housing
Increase the cost effectiveness of public support for housing renewal by
private owners by using a mix of grants, loans, equity stakes and tax relief to
encourage home improvements

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