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Land and regeneration

Redeveloping previously used land is often the best way of securing regeneration funds for a place and creating employment opportunities for local people. The successful and efficient reuse of brownfield land involves many complex issues, which is why it often needs the intervention of the public sector to realise a wide range of benefits.

Here you will find helpful information on different approaches to land and regeneration, learning from past experience and current good practice. This will help you to develop the most effective responses for dealing with land issues, from assessing viability to risk sharing to improving infrastructure.

See how we're identifying and unlocking public sites to increase the supply of land available for development

Find out more about the Government’s priorities for regeneration and economic development, including the Olympics legacy

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