New planning obligation data standard will help councils test viability, says expert

The new government requirement for planning authorities to collect data about developer contributions in a standard format will help councils to test developers' viability claims at an earlier stage in the process, according to a senior figure at the government-backed body charged with incubating businesses aiming to improve city life.

by Richard Garlick
Future Cities Catapult's Euan Mills speaking at the event
Future Cities Catapult's Euan Mills speaking at the event

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