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A new report for London mayor Ken Livingstone and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister has recommended that the threshold for the implementation of Section 106 agreements be lowered. As predicted in the AJ (13.2.03), the report concludes that the flow of social housing would be increased if the threshold was reduced to five units or abolished altogether.

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