Why the Greater South-East was the big Housing Infrastructure Fund winner

Last week five of the UK's elected combined authority mayors joined forces to write to the Prime Minister to complain about the proportion of the government's recent £866m Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) allocation that was spent in London and the South East.

by Joey Gardiner
Left to right: Steve Rotheram, Andy Street, mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough James Palmer (not a signatory to the letter), Tim Bowles, and Andy Burnham
Left to right: Steve Rotheram, Andy Street, mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough James Palmer (not a signatory to the letter), Tim Bowles, and Andy Burnham

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