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Planning obligations

Planning Obligations are legal agreements between a developer and the local planning authority, made to ensure that new development does not put a strain on existing services and facilities like open space, recreation and leisure facilities, roads, schools, libraries or other community services.

Our Planning Obligations Standards sets out the planning obligations requirements we may seek in association with new development. This includes education provision, library facilities, fire service provision, green infrastructure and public rights of way.

In September 2019, amendments to the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations came into force requiring all local authorities to annually disclose revenue and spending in relation to funding received from developer agreements (Section 106 and/or Section 278 Agreements).

This means that we are required to publish an Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS). This reports on income and expenditure for:

  • Education
  • Fire service
  • Green infrastructure and public rights of way
  • Highways and public transport
  • Libraries

The IFS includes an Infrastructure Funding Statement Report and the following developer contribution spreadsheets (CSV files):

These documents will be updated regularly to keep them up to date and accurate.

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