“The Autumn Statement also reinforced our belief that, in the current economic environment, owners of assets will need to look at alternative ways to deliver services and we expect that new privately funded investment models will emerge,” the group said in its trading update.
“Our Investments division is ideally placed to develop such innovative approaches, for example, the LABV model currently being used at Bournemouth to develop a number of sites in joint venture with the borough council.”
Earlier this month, Muse Developments was named preferred bidder for Stockport’s £145m town centre regeneration project.
That scheme will see Stockport Borough Council providing the land, while Muse will work in conjunction with the council and other interested parties including Network Rail to redevelop the site.
For more information on that project, click here.