Economic report disclosure unnecessary in affordable housing viability claim

A local resident in south London failed to quash a decision of the secretary of state (DCS No. 200-002-195) who granted planning permission for a major mixed use development on London's south bank of the Thames, the High Court ruling that there was no requirement on the developer of the scheme to disclose a viability assessment which proved that only 20 per cent of the units could be affordable homes.

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