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Last edited 29 Sep 2020
Tax increment financing
The London Plan, published by the Mayor of London in March 2016, suggests that tax increment financing (TIF) is: ‘A tool which permits local authorities to borrow money for infrastructure against the anticipated tax receipts resulting from the infrastructure. It is an instrument used widely in the United States and in other countries, but in England its development has been limited so far.’
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