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The aim of this research was to consider the issues shaping the delivery of planning obligations through S106 and to explore the potential impact of the new Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), particularly on the delivery of affordable housing.

This report builds on a previous study exploring the impact of the downturn on delivery of planning obligations through S106 and the impact of the transition to the CIL. The findings show that it is the complex interplay of local market conditions, site specific factors, local policy, practice and expertise that shape the level of planning gain that is viable on individual schemes, rather than simply the CIL rate or affordable housing policy.



Authors

Dr Gemma Burgess

Sarah Monk

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Publication Date

8th August 2013