When Merton's replacement local plan is adopted and new Affordable Housing Policy introduced, will your housing development still be viable?
From Winter 2023, all UK developments will have to prove that there is a measurable increase in the biodiversity that there is on site.
Adopted Local Plan in Reading introduces a new Affordable Housing Policy for developers to adhere to over the next two decades. Can your development still be viable?
Recent Government resignations have led to the Levelling Up Bill being suspended - the chaos has led it to a future of uncertainty.
Hackney Affordable Housing Policy adopting different expectations from developers based on location. Can developments still be viable with a 50% affordable housing requirement?
Newly introduced Affordable Housing policy in Southwark set to affect viability of proposed housing developments.
Today (11 May 2022) the government introduced the Levelling Up & Regeneration Bill 2022 to Parliament. This post focuses on the first proper details of the much-trailed Infrastructure Levy, initially proposed to replace Section 106 affordable housing and planning obligations in the Planning for the Future White Paper (now shelved).
S106M comment on reports suggesting the government's proposals to scrap section 106 developer contributions, affordable housing policies and CIL and replace them with a 'Consolidated Infrastructure Levy' will be included the Queen's Speech and come forward for consultation shortly. We outline the potential challenges and propose a constructive solution.