Homes England chair ‘worried about white paper proposals to phase out section 106 agreements’

The chairman of Homes England has expressed concerns about proposals in the planning white paper that he says would get rid of section 106 planning gain agreements and encourage provision of off-site affordable housing.

by Ellie Kahn
Peter Freeman (top middle) on 'Have We Got Planning News for You'
Peter Freeman (top middle) on 'Have We Got Planning News for You'

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