Developer contributions shake-up could worsen regional imbalances and affordable housing delivery, academics warn

The government's proposed merger of the section 106 and community infrastructure levy (CIL) regimes could deepen regional economic imbalances and jeopardise the delivery of affordable homes, a group of academics have warned.

by Michael Donnelly
Development: Academics warn over proposed developer contributions changes
Development: Academics warn over proposed developer contributions changes

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