Ensuring Section 106 Deeds are worded in such a way to deliver policy compliant schemes in the first instance is a key driver, but the ability to vary tenures and ensure on-site delivery – when faced with Providers unwilling to deliver small schemes and/or rented products – should also be addressed therein. Landspeed can demonstrate that this approach works and that there should be no need to revisit planning consents seeking variations to the principal terms.
- Delivered single plots through to large scale schemes;
- Delivered Intermediate units alongside a local authority directly delivering Affordable Rent;
- Secured planning consent for – and is delivering – Exception Policy affordable accommodation;
- Undertaken specific housing needs surveys by working with parish councils;
- Acquired mixed tenure schemes where RP’s failed;
- Resolved issues created by developers seeking ‘Starter Homes’ or ‘Discounted Market Sale (DMS)’;
- Created a comprehensive ‘standard’ form of Section 106 Deed;
- Assisted a local authority in delivering its own Intermediate sale products.
- Worked with Community Land Trusts;
- Undertaken viability assessments demonstrating the ability to successfully deliver affordable accommodation.