Legal Viewpoint - Getting a fair deal over permissions

Since the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) regulations were introduced in April 2010, developers and local planning authorities have become more disciplined in ensuring that section 106 obligations sought or offered comply with regulation 122. This requires obligations to be necessary and to have a direct relationship to the proposed development, both in terms of the nature of the obligation itself and in terms of it being proportionate to the scale of development.

by Michele Vas, Senior associate SNR Denton UK LLP

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