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Land Use Planning and the Production of Affordable Housing

This project, funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, TSA (then Housing Corporation), Countryside Agency, RICS and RTPI, explored the operation of s106 in producing additional affordable housing.

It was the first in what has become a series of research projects into s106 and affordable housing, and like the others it was conducted jointly with the University of Sheffield’s Town and Regional Planning Department. The research methods included a national survey of local authorities, sixteen case studies and four regional stakeholder discussion meetings. The final outputs were published by JRF in 2002 and are available on their website.

Planning Gain and Affordable Housing: Making it Count

The final report and JRF Findings. The research methods included a national survey of local authorities, sixteen case studies and four regional stakeholder discussion meetings.

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Funders

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

Royal Town Planning Institute

Tenant Services Authority

Project Start Date

1st May 2002