The Government is reportedly set to axe Section 106 contributions, replacing them with a new ‘Consolidated Infrastructure Levy’ to cover all contributions, including affordable housing. s106 agreements have been criticised in the past for being cumbersome and bureaucratic, and the new plans suggest developers would be charged a set fee, calculated as a proportion of the value of their housing project.
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