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The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) defines discounted market sales housing as housing ‘sold at a discount of at least 20% below local market value’. This can be interpreted as meaning the open market value as measured according to the local area in which the housing project is being provided. The calculation of local market value is focussed on regional factors, eg property values in the local area. The focus on taking local factors into account is reinforced by the next sentence of the NPPF’s Annex 2 definition for discounted market sales housing which states that ‘eligibility is determined with regard to local incomes and local house prices’. Therefore, it is not possible to provide an exact definition of ‘local market value’, but it will be for the local planning authority, and often the developer, to agree the appropriate measure for the local market, taking into account local incomes and house prices in particular, and potentially other local factors.
The NPPF itself is, by its nature and as indicated in its
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