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Planning obligations

Planning obligations are also known as Section 106 agreements (Town and Country Planning Act 1990). They are legal agreements between:

  • us (the planning authority)
  • you (the applicant or developer)
  • any others that may have an interest in the land

A planning obligation can:

  • require the developer to take action to lessen the impact of a development
  • restrict what can be done with land after being granted planning permission

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Planning obligation services

We offer the following chargeable services:

  • administering new agreements
  • monitoring new agreements
  • giving advice on potential changes to an existing obligation
  • written confirmation of compliance with an obligation

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Compliance with planning obligations

We will usually seek compliance with the obligations from the developer/landowner or their successor in title. It is unlikely that we would pursue enforcement of non-compliance against individual homeowners or occupiers.

Find planning obligations

You can search for a planning obligation by address, using our map.

Click or tap on the hamburger menu (three lines) at the top left of the map, and enter the address or post code:

Section 106 reports

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