Planning obligations under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended), commonly known as S106 agreements, are a mechanism which make a development proposal acceptable in planning terms, that would not otherwise be acceptable. They are focused on site specific mitigation of the impact of development. S106 agreements are often referred to as 'developer contributions' along with highway contributions and the Community Infrastructure Levy.
These seminars were aimed at those that have a CIL or are working on the implementation of a CIL. The aim of the seminars is to learn from those that have done it. The presentations look at funding infrastructure including, the balance between s106 and CIL (reg 123 list) and practical implementation issues including: enforcement, appeals, spending, and governance
This section includes legal papers, checklists, clauses and model agreements. Use these materials to help ensure that your approach to S106 is effective.
Learn about S106 legislation and guidance, including application and appeals.
The Ministerial statement introduces a new government policy on starter homes and amends guidance on S106s. Here we outline some of the changes for you.
The government has responded to the February consultation on measures to speed up the negotiation and agreement of S106; and on affordable housing contributions and student accommodation.