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JUL
09

Law Briefing: s106 Obligations

15.30 to 17.30hrs

Date:
Tuesday, 09 July 2019 at 3:30PM
Venue:
Howes Percival, 3 The Osiers Business Centre, Leicester
Organiser:
RTPI East Midlands
East.Midlands@rtpi.org.uk

Section 106 obligations are made between local authorities and landowners to regulate the use or development of land by planning obligations, often in order to enable planning permission to be granted.  Planning obligations need to conform to statutory requirements and there have been many recent examples of where a failure to conform to these requirements has left planning permissions vulnerable to legal challenge.  It is vital, therefore that all parties have a good understanding of s106 Agreements.

Key aspects to be covered:

  • The legislative and policy context
  • The relationship between CIL, s106 and planning conditions
  • The negotiation processes
  • The monitoring and transparency of developer obligations
  • Pitfalls