Exempt retirement housing from CIL and section 106, says report

New retirement housing should be exempt from section 106 contributions and the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) to rapidly boost supply, says a new housebuilders'-commissioned report.

by John Geoghegan
Retirement housing: call for exemption from planning gain charges (picture: Andy Cahill - Photoworks)
Retirement housing: call for exemption from planning gain charges (picture: Andy Cahill - Photoworks)

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