Government announces loan scheme to help housebuilders pay for schools 'up front'

The government is to trial a scheme offering loans to developers to help them pay "up front" for new schools required to support housing growth, claiming that, along with providing new education facilities, the move will help "boost the viability of new housing estates".

by Ben Cooper
New schools: loans intended to boost delivery
New schools: loans intended to boost delivery

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