CIL Watch: Five key findings on developer contributions in a House of Lords housing supply report

Earlier this month, the House of Lords Built Environment Committee published a report on its inquiry into meeting housing demand. Here are five of the committee’s findings in relation to the community infrastructure levy (CIL) and section 106 agreements.

by Mark Wilding
The Houses of Parliament (Credit: AlexKozlov/GettyImages)
The Houses of Parliament (Credit: AlexKozlov/GettyImages)

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