The G15 and g320 issues joint letter to Housing Secretary on proposed planning changes
- 25 November 2020
The G15 and the g320, which represents a group of small housing associations across London, have written a joint letter to Robert Jenrick, the Housing Secretary, raising concerns over the Government’s proposed changes to the planning system.
In summary the concerns listed in the letter include:
- Proposals to increase the threshold above which developers must make affordable housing contributions under Section 106
- The (now deferred) proposal that First Homes make up 25% of affordable housing delivered under Section 106
- Proposals to replace S106 and the Community Infrastructure Levy with a new fixed levy.
You can read the full letter by clicking on the following link.
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