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28. September 2021

Newcastle City Council Section 106 Agreements

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These numbers are just the tip of the iceberg. Of the 343 councils that submitted the faith request, 43 did not respond, some refused to disclose their numbers, and many provided only partial data. Development Management Website Address [2]www.newcastle.gov.uk Staffordshire Local Planning Authorities, including Staffordshire County Council, have partnered to develop a standard template for Section 106 agreements across Staffordshire with respect to planning requests to Staffordshire District/Borough Councils. He added that every six months, the Council provided its figures on both CIL and Section 106 and would update the report to ensure it complied with the new rules. New laws came into effect this month, requiring councils to publish an annual report refining the amount of their payments and the amount of their expenses. It is not only the sums that are their problem. Too often, there is little evidence of the supporting or mitigation infrastructure that would have funded the payments. The suspicion is that the councils are spending only a fraction of what they received and the rest has disappeared into a considerable black hole. In the capital, the largest gap between what was included in the Section 106 agreements and what was spent was in the Merton district, which held 80.4% of the £32 million it raised from developers. Please confirm the status of agreements concluded under Article 106, which have been triggered by completed/inhabited dwellings or other applicable development miles already obtained. In response to the following Property Week questions about the discrepancies, Councillor Ged Bell, a member of Newcastle City Council`s Employment and Culture Cabinet, replied: „We became a CIL pricing authority in 2016 and over the next five years we expect to have collected over £4.6 million in CIL royalties. We have not yet spent the contributions, as the money is eared for large infrastructure projects, as we prepare for the expansion of our city. A person is responsible for CIL when development begins.

Development shall begin from the earliest date on which an essential activity is carried out on the land concerned, subject to certain derogations. The term „material exploitation“ has the same meaning as in section 56(4) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (date of commencement of development). These include the construction or demolition of a building, digging foundations or laying pipes, building a road, or any significant change in the use of the country. CIL may therefore be required, although the construction of the buildings on site may not have yet begun. For this reason, CIL Regulation 123 should now be used as a backgrounder on how Newcastle City Council`s infrastructure can and will be made available and financed from CIL revenues and planning obligations under section 106. The City Council`s list of CIL Regulations 123 is replaced until 31 December 2020 by the Council`s new Declaration of Infrastructure Funding. There is no contribution under section 7.11 for a single dwelling located in a single crab garden that has been the subject of a contribution already paid in accordance with section 7.11, or for alterations and additions to existing dwellings. The legislative changes also give boards the ability to burden developers based on both CIL and Section 106, prompting some to speculate that „double dipping“ is going to become a problem. . . .

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