Developers owe Welsh councils £2.3m under Section 106 agreements


More than half of Welsh councils are owed money from private developers which should be going towards community facilities.

BBC Wales has found that nearly £2.3m was outstanding in December 2011, in figures obtained through Freedom of Information requests.

The Welsh Local Government Association said councils are robust in collecting money despite the "difficult period".

Paul Heaney reports for the Sunday Politics TV programme.

Councils owed £2.3m by developers

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