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Good practice guide to delivering new affordable housing on S106 sites

The project aims to explore current local planning authority practice to identify what aspects contribute to the successful delivery of affordable housing on S106 sites.

The project focuses on the East of England region, which includes the London Commuter Belt. As affordability worsens local planning authorities are under increasing pressure to successfully secure affordable housing on S106 schemes. The study will explore recent literature and policy, carry out stakeholder meetings and interviews with local planning authorities and stakeholders. The output will be a research report plus a ‘good practice guide’ to aid local authorities in S106 affordable housing delivery.

Good practice guide to delivering affordable housing through Section 106, Report

Local authorities are actively involved in negotiating S106 Agreements to provide affordable housing. This guide, commissioned by the London Commuter Belt authorities and funded by Inspire East, provides a compendium of good practice in the application of S106 Agreements to affordable housing.

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Funder

Inspire East

Project Start Date

1st September 2007