Inspectors tell Oxford to drop small sites affordable housing policy from plan

Inspectors examining Oxford City Council's draft local plan have recommended that a policy requiring affordable contributions from developers of smaller schemes of four to nine homes should be scrapped because it clashes with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).

by Michael Donnelly
Oxford: council 'frustrated' over NPPF small sites policy (pic: x70tjw, Flickr)
Oxford: council 'frustrated' over NPPF small sites policy (pic: x70tjw, Flickr)

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