Report recommends use class changes to boost retirement housing provision

Policy makers should consider creating a separate use class for retirement housing which would allow flexibility in how councils approach the payment of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) development tariff which would normally be required for such schemes, a report has suggested.

by Michael Donnelly
Retirement housing: ageing population will stoke demand
Retirement housing: ageing population will stoke demand

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