Viability is central to the deliverability of development and essential for regeneration. Sustainable development requires the provision of physical and social infrastructure to maintain long term environmental quality, social cohesion and economic growth. Understanding the economics of development informs the planning strategy and brings power and insight into the development negotiation process.
Smart Planning is continuously improving its strategic services to ensure that the economic factors which accelerate or retard development are properly understood and applied to maximum advantage.
Smart Planning is continuously improving its strategic services…
If you have a query related to the economics of development, for example the applicability or degree of Section 106 contributions or the assessment/distribution of Community Infrastructure Levy monies, then Smart Planning would be pleased to assist.