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Blackwell: "These investments help back our pension payments decades into the future."
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Blackwell: "These investments help back our pension payments decades into the future."

Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) will fund the development of a residential tower block of affordable housing in West London.

The insurer said the project will tie in with the government's post-pandemic levelling up agenda and continue to boost the availability of cheaper property across London. The 15-storey, 278 apar...

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