Legal Viewpoint: To be bound or not to be bound? by Mark Child

Last month, the High Court granted Norfolk Homes a declaration confirming that planning permission granted for a development of up to 85 homes in the village of Holt was not bound by a section 106 agreement requiring affordable provision. How did the developers escape this obligation?

by Mark Child

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