Local planning authorities may consider including in their local list of obligations or planning conditions for Section 106 agreements. 204. Planning obligations should only be sought if they meet all the following controls: the obligation may be either a bilateral agreement between us and the landowner, or unilateral obligations of the owner or developer. The scope of these agreements must correspond to the following three reviews, as defined in the 2010 EU infrastructure regulations: the following scenario is to reapply for a new planning request for an identical development already authorised, but with another S106 or A NEW STRATEGY agreement. A new building permit necessarily requires a new S106 or UU agreement that replaces the existing agreement. There is no planning fee to pay if the new application is submitted within 12 months of the last decision to approve the plan. A structure application can be a cost-effective alternative to a detailed application. Before doing so, you must consider other changes that may have been made to the Planning Directive. For example, the LIL could be introduced or a new affordable housing policy was put in place. A claim to the planning inspection under Section 106B of the Planning Act 1990 must be filed within 6 months of the municipality`s decision not to change the obligation or within 6 months of the date of 8 weeks from the date of the change application if no decision has been made. The Secretary of State also has the power to admit complaints that are not currently available.
Section 106 of the agreements are developed when it is considered that a development will have a significant impact on the territory, which cannot be mitigated by conditions related to a decision to approve the plan. In the event of a general increase in the base area in the proposed construction, the local planning authority should calculate the amount of affordable housing contributions that are required for construction, as indicated in its local P plan. A “credit” should then be applied to the gross floor area of all relevant unlivable buildings, which are recovered or demolished under the scheme and deducted from the total cost of affordable housing. This applies to the calculation of the number of affordable housing units to be made available for development or in the case of an equivalent financial contribution.