CIL and section 106 'no longer fit for purpose', says shadow planning minister

The Labour Party wants to put communities 'at the heart' of the planning process after years of 'huge deregulation' and believes that the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and section 106 systems 'are no longer fit for purpose', the shadow planning minister has said.

by Michael Donnelly
Roberta Blackman-Woods speaking at the Planning for Housing conference yesterday
Roberta Blackman-Woods speaking at the Planning for Housing conference yesterday

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