Government plans for PGS to be scrutinised by select committee

Government plans for a planning gain supplement (PGS) are to be scrutinised by the Commons ODPM select committee. The inquiry will look at what factors should be considered when determining the rate of the supplement, the level at which it should be set and how revenue should be distributed. It will examine how the PGS can be used to encourage brownfield development and the potential impact on section 106 agreements. Evidence is invited until the end of this month.

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