Section 106 agreements

Here you will find out about section 106 agreements.

Planning obligations under section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 are a mechanism which make a development proposal acceptable in planning terms that would not otherwise be acceptable. They are focused on site-specific mitigation of the impact of development.

Common uses of planning obligations are to secure affordable housing and to specify the number, type and timing of this housing, as well as to secure financial contributions to provide infrastructure or affordable housing.

A S106 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
  • require a sum or sums to be paid to the authority on a specified date or dates or periodically
All S106 agreements are available to view via the public access system and can be searched for under the planning reference of the development.

Planning-Application-Privacy-Notice 
The council are committed to making the process open and transparent. Work has recently taken place to improve the way in which information relating to the section 106 obligations is held so customers have improved access to this information.

In developing this database, we are also taking the opportunity to ensure all data held in the system is correct. This is an ongoing process with staff currently reviewing all agreements.

Our Section 106 agreements are available to view via our Public Access system under the application reference number.
Please remember to state the invoice number and planning application reference on all payments.

We appreciate all feedback from customers on the provision of this information. If you have any questions or wish to provide feedback, please complete the form below. We will aim to repond to your comments/questions within 20 working days.

Find out information on applying for housing developer funds, including funding for sports and play.

The following table shows all S106 financial contributions held and received by the Council.

They are a mixture of commuted sums, site specific amounts and infrastructure amounts to mitigate the impact on the development. Financial contributions are made at different stages of a development, often upon commencement and/or phased at different 'trigger' points. To learn where S106 contributions come from read the Section 106 obligations overview from the Planning Advisory Service

Section 106 Contributions Table

To apply for Affordable Housing monies, please refer to the Affordable Housing protocol guidance and application form on the Affordable Housing web page.

To apply for Sport and Play monies please refer to the Funding for Sport and Play web page.