This means that, subject to the completion of the three tests under REGULATION 122 of the CIL, pricing authorities may use funds from both the levy and the planning obligations of Section 106 to pay for the same infrastructure element, regardless of the number of planning obligations that have already contributed to an infrastructure element. Planning obligations are also commonly referred to as „section 106,“ „s106“ and „contributions to developers,“ in addition to road contributions and the community infrastructure tax. In some cases, it may be useful to consider cooperation agreements to use the expertise of officials from other local planning authorities or contractual agreements to call on outside experts, so that planning obligations can be agreed quickly and effectively. Local planning authorities and developers can discuss the provision of additional resources to enable a rapid definition of planning obligations, for example. B in the processing of important and possibly detailed planning requests. You can access all the information – and the signs in your communities – at: www.bristol.gov.uk/people-communities/funding-local-projects In some cases, you can use a unilateral obligation rather than a planning agreement. Only the developer or owner must sign it to get copies of older reports, e-Mailfirstname.lastname@example.org. Planning obligations can be renegotiated at any time if the local planning authority and the developer wish. In the absence of a voluntary renegotiation agreement and if the planning obligation is prior to April 2010 or is more than 5 years old, an application to amend the obligation may be made to the local planning authority if it „no longer serves a useful purpose“ or if it continues to be used in a modified manner for a useful purpose (see Section 106A of the Planning Act 1990). Local planning authorities are encouraged to cooperate with relevant (and if applicable, national) local infrastructure providers, infrastructure providers and managers when reviewing planning obligations to avoid delays in the planning obligations agreement. For two-tier councils, this should include county councils that provide services such as education.
Borough councils may also be legal advisors as part of the plan application process, as shown in Table 2 of the Planning Guides. A planning obligation is a legal agreement that ensures that a new development is acceptable from a planning point of view. Under the Community Infrastructure Tax Regulations, any authority that receives a development contribution through the Section 106 levy or planning obligations must prepare an infrastructure funding statement.