How the government’s infrastructure levy rethink is set to affect applicants and authorities

The government has backpedalled on its proposal for a national flat-rate infrastructure levy. But its latest signals could herald the elimination of section 106 developer contributions and mandatory levies for all councils, say commentators.

by Ellie Kahn
New development: commentators speculate that all local authorities could have to set local infrastructure levies (Pic: Getty)
New development: commentators speculate that all local authorities could have to set local infrastructure levies (Pic: Getty)

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