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The Milton Keynes Partnership Committee has thrown its weight behind proposals for a £18,000 roof tax on new residential schemes.

In a break with traditional Section 106 agreements, developers would have to pay a standard 'per dwelling' contribution - 10 per cent of which would be payable once reserved-matters approval had been secured.

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