- Analysing MHCLG’s report on planning obligations and community infrastructure levy in England in 2018–19
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- What is the background to this research report? What did it examine and why?
- What are the main findings of the report?
- Does the report make any suggestions for how the system of developer contributions can be improved? If so, how does this tie in with the government’s announcements on reforms to developer contributions in the Planning White Paper?
Planning analysis: Meeta Kaur, partner at Town Legal LLP, discusses the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government’s (MHCLG) research report on the incidence, value and delivery of planning obligations and community infrastructure levy (CIL) in England between for the financial year 2018–19. She considers the background to the report, its main findings and relationship with the Planning for the Future policy paper.
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