Section 106 Agreements
South Derbyshire District Council uses Section 106 Agreements (under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended) as a mechanism to make a development proposal acceptable in planning terms, that would not otherwise be acceptable. They are site specific, and focus on mitigation of the impact of development.
The common uses of planning obligations are to secure affordable housing and to secure financial contributions to provide infrastructure. A Section 106 obligation can also:
- Restrict the development or use of the land in any specified way
- Require specified operations or activities to be carried out in, on , under or over the land
- Require the land to be used in any specified way; or
- Require a sum or sums to be paid to the authority on a specified date or dates periodically
For further information on the obligations that may be written into a Section 106 Agreement, please refer to the Guidance ‘Section 106 Agreements – A Guide for Developers’ which can be found here https://www.southderbyshire.gov.uk/our-services/planning-and-building-control/planning/planning-policy/supplementary-planning-documents
Specific Section 106 Agreements can be found on our website by searching for the Planning Application Reference they refer to here https://planning.southderbyshire.gov.uk/
For enquiries about Section 106 Agreements, either as a developer or if you believe you are a beneficiary of Section 106 funds, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01283 595820
South Derbyshire District Council do not currently have a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) in place.