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Planning Authorities and the Avoidance of “Fleeceholding”

Many planning agreements under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 rely on private management companies to provide and maintain common infrastructure in development schemes, but this approach is not without its own problems It is sometimes proposed that the estate roads on a new development will not become highways maintainable at public expense; indeed, sometimes they will not become highways at all. Likewise, it might be the case that public open spaces, on-site drainage, biodiversity areas and…

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