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+ Unlocking Growth Through Partnership

This report summarises the key lessons from a year-long programme of work on the best way to approach public/private sector partnerships in order to fund investment in infrastructure and development. We produced this report in partnership with the Local Government Association.

30 Oct 2012

+ Unlocking growth through partnership

This joint report from the BPF and the Local Government Association updates a 2012 publication on the theme of public/private sector collaboration, and sets out best practice for how local authorities, the real estate sector, and central Government can come together to deliver growth and successf

25 Jan 2017

+ Unlocking Investment in Primary Healthcare Infrastructure

This paper sets out a vision for private sector investment in primary healthcare infrastructure, explaining the benefits and savings of updating and renewing the primary care estate.

6 Feb 2015

+ Unlocking the Benefits and Potential of Build to Rent

This research, commissioned by the BPF from Savills, academically reviewed by LSE, and sponsored by Barclays, provides the most comprehensive analysis to date of the build to rent sector’s progress and projected growth.

7 Feb 2017

+ VAT: Application to student accommodation - Changes in 2014

This briefing paper summarises HMRC’s 2014 announcements on how VAT is charged on purpose built student accommodation, and considers some implications for private sector operators. It was compiled by Martin Scammell for the BPF Student Accommodation Committee.

16 Jun 2014

+ What Warehousing Where? Industrial report

Our What Warehousing Where report, commissioned by the BPF and produced by Turley, provides key recommendations for both the Government and property sector, to ensure enough warehouse space is built to sufficiently service new and growing communities across England.

5 Mar 2019

+ Who buys new homes in London and why?

This research, commissioned from Molior London, revealed that overseas buyers accounted for 15% of new homes purchases in London in 2013. It also looked into how many new London homes were marketed and sold to overseas buyers, and whereabouts in the capital these homes were.

24 Feb 2014
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