Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions
Representation ID: 306
Respondent: Renaissance Southend Ltd
Whilst para 2.3 seeks to provide re-assurance that the council does not seek to apply a blanket approach', in the absence of the certainty that the proposed Development Delivery DPD may provide, the consultation draft SPD may increase the perceived risk and act as a deterrent to prospective developers. Furthermore, some recognition may need to be given to circumstances where the objectives of achieving town centre regeneration may result in a mix of uses that is Sub-optimal in terms of land value, or indeed overall viability, which may limit the scope to meet all the priorities listed under the Sustainable Communities Criteria.