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More community facilities can be achieved through planning gain, according to a new report commissioned by London mayor Ken Livingstone. 'Planning Obligations in London' explores the potential of planning obligations, set out in Section 106 agreements, to provide community benefits such as affordable housing, transport and environmental improvement and community facilities. The report found an increased use of agreements in the capital but called for a more consistent approach across the boroughs. Its findings will feed into the London Plan.

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