Why inspectors backed one council's policy requiring affordable housing contributions from small sites, but blocked another's

Conflicting decisions from inspectors over two constrained councils' attempts in their local plans to seek affordable housing contributions from developers of small sites has prompted some confusion about how far national policy allows authorities to adopt such policies.

by Sarah Townsend
Oxford: inspector blocks small sites policy (pic: Matt Buck, Flickr)
Oxford: inspector blocks small sites policy (pic: Matt Buck, Flickr)

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