475-home Staffordshire urban extension approved despite legal warning over infrastructure payment

Plans have been approved for a 475-home urban extension to Lichfield in Staffordshire despite a warning from two environmental charities that the council would be acting "illegally" in seeking local infrastructure works for the scheme to be paid for via its community infrastructure levy (CIL) rather than through a section 106 planning gain agreement.

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