As most readers will know, investors looking for income have found life hard recently.  Not only have a lot of dividend stalwarts cut  or cancelled their dividends (think banks or large oil stocks such as BP or Royal Dutch Shell), but bond yields have fallen to very low levels leaving investors struggling to find sensible investments to generate income.  Readers could do a lot worse than look at GCP Infra (GCP), a company focused on investments in UK infrastructure debt.  The company is a constituent of the FTSE 250 and its objective is to provide shareholders with a regular income stream, whilst also preserving capital over the long term.  In the last year the company has paid four quarterly payments of 1.9p, making 7.6p for the year as a whole.  With the shares priced at 109p, this equates to a yield of some 7%.  For more information visit