Why ditching the dreaded section 106 negotiations could lead to something even worse for developers, by Joey Gardiner

The government’s planning white paper proposals to rip up the current system by which developers contribute to the cost of the infrastructure required to support their schemes, and replace it with a nationally set Infrastructure Levy have been greeted with dismay by councils and housing associations.

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