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Only a handful of large projects will get the go-ahead from the Government's new single regeneration budget.This became clear in guidance for bidders issued last week by environment secretary John Gummer.The new budget will be worth some £1.3 billion in 1995/96.But just £100 million will be ploughed into new schemes next year because most of the cash is already committed.The single regeneration budget pulls together 20 separate urban schemes, but in effect there is little ...

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