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Unlocking land value to finance urban infrastructure / George E. Peterson

By: Peterson, George E.
Contributor(s): World Bank | Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: no. 7Trends and policy options. Publisher: Washington, D.C. : The World Bank ; Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility, 2009Description: xvii, 128 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780821377093 (pbk.).Subject(s): Infrastructure (Economics) -- Finance | Public land sales | Urban land useDDC classification: 333.16 PET Online resources: Publisher description
Contents:
1. Introduction to land-based financing of urban infrastructure 2. Linking principles to land-finance instruments : developed-country experience 3. Land-based infrastructure finance in developing countries 4. Balance sheet adjustments and land asset management 5. Conclusions, recommendations, and reflections
Summary: "Unlocking Land Values to Finance Urban Infrastructure examines the theory underlying different instruments of land-based finance, such as betterment levies, developer exactions, impact fees, and the exchange of publicly owned land assets for infrastructure. It provides a wealth of case-study illustrations of how different land-based financing tools have been implemented, and the lessons learned from these experiences. This practical guide is designed to help expand the role of land-based financing in urban capital budgets in a way that strengthens urban infrastructure finance and urban land markets."--BOOK JACKET.
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1. Introduction to land-based financing of urban infrastructure
2. Linking principles to land-finance instruments : developed-country experience
3. Land-based infrastructure finance in developing countries
4. Balance sheet adjustments and land asset management
5. Conclusions, recommendations, and reflections

"Unlocking Land Values to Finance Urban Infrastructure examines the theory underlying different instruments of land-based finance, such as betterment levies, developer exactions, impact fees, and the exchange of publicly owned land assets for infrastructure. It provides a wealth of case-study illustrations of how different land-based financing tools have been implemented, and the lessons learned from these experiences. This practical guide is designed to help expand the role of land-based financing in urban capital budgets in a way that strengthens urban infrastructure finance and urban land markets."--BOOK JACKET.

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