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South East Special Purpose Vehicles

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Increasing partnership working between public and private sectors has led to the creation of a wide range of special purpose companies, with an assortment of roles and objectives. In the South East, SEEDA has been proactive in creating SPVs to regenerate brownfield sites, deliver strategic infrastructure in priority areas and facilitate development opportunities. GENECON has advised SEEDA and its partners on SPV establishment and review, including the new Ashford Futures company to drive Growth Area investment, the pilot Brownfield Land Assembly Company supporting affordable housing delivery and the East Kent Partnership and associated Spatial Development Company seeking to mobilise private investment in new economic infrastructure.

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