Affordable housing reduced to respect anticipated losses

A section 106 obligation relating to a planning permission for 67 dwellings in Lincolnshire which required that 35 per cent of the units should be affordable was varied to require the developers to provide only 25 per cent after taking into account likely build costs and the value of the houses. In this regard the inspector did not agree that a reduction to 15 per cent as requested by the appellants was appropriate.

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