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To unravel the hysterics lets just go back to basics.
Planning consents for developments over 100 square meters attract Community Infrastructure levy’s , Tower hamlets had released a revised charging rate up from 2015’s £200 per sqm to £280 per sq m, the charge is not a new thing and the potential increase is also effected by planning guidance on application of the charges weighed against the Affordable housing and other social and commercial benefits any particular Scheme offers to the community in which it is proposed.

57. Where up-to-date policies have set out the contributions

expected from development, planning applications that comply

with them should be assumed to be viable. It is up to the applicant

to demonstrate whether particular circumstances justify the need

for a viability assessment at the application stage. The weight to

be given to a viability assessment is a matter for the decision

maker, having regard to all the circumstances in the case,

including whether the plan and the viability evidence underpinning

it is up to date, and any change in site circumstances since the

plan was brought into force. All viability assessments, including

any undertaken at the plan-making stage, should reflect the

recommended approach in national planning guidance, including

standardised inputs, and should be made publicly available.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/national-planning-policy-framework/

4-decision-making#para57

https://github.com/digital-land/digital-land/issues

https://github.com/digital-land/digital-land-tiddlywiki#readme

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/viability#Should-a-viabilityassessment-be-publicly-available

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/publish-your-developer-contributionsdata

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