Development Impact Assessments
One of our core offerings at Alfredson York Associates is in the comprehensive analysis of how proposed new housing developments might impact local infrastructure & amenities, such as:
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Who we work with
We have extensive experience in representing both developers and local education authorities in negotiations over the levels of contributions sought for education provision through S106 and S75 agreements.
We work with a wide array of promoters and developers – ranging from small-scale organisations to major firms – on developments of all shapes and sizes, from 10 units to 6,000 units.
Evidence-based analysis & reporting
Our comprehensive development impact assessments project a thorough analysis of the effects of proposed housing developments.
Based on data-driven evidence, we provide accurate and valuable reports to help our clients negotiate fair agreements with the relevant local authorities for school place planning and healthcare.
S106 & S75 agreements
Development Impact Assessments can also be used to assess the validity of any previously agreed S106 (S75 in Scotland) contribution, enabling an application to be made to the local authority for the variation of any such agreement.
Audit checks can also be carried out with the relevant authority to ensure that any contribution agreed has been spent according to the terms of the agreement.
Based on data-driven evidence, we provide accurate and valuable reports to help our clients negotiate fair agreements with local authorities for school place planning.
Local authority services
AYA are also well positioned to support local authorities who find themselves wishing to outsource any part of their school place planning process, such as:
We have unrivalled expertise in liaising with planning and education authorities on behalf of landowners, strategic land promoters and housing developers.
Our consultants also have a wealth of experience in acting as expert witnesses, both in the High Court and at planning appeals and inquiries.