Section 106 Planning Obligations
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“Modify or Discharge S106 Agreements”

Local Occupancy Clause

Remove (Discharge) or modify

S106 agreements (obligations)

Section 106 agreements (old version section 52) are a legally binding contract attached to planning permission. Make sure you are happy with the content before you sign. Not all planning consultants have legal experience and not all lawyers have planning experience in this particular field. Many services offer to reduce or even remove the obligations demanded by the planners but they may not understand the complicated legal wording that some developers have signed up to in ignorance. We modify, discharge or remove Section 106 planning obligations or agreements restricting occupancy to local need, affordable housing or holiday let.  Also wrongly described as affordable occupancy restriction for a local person. If your house has one and the dwelling does not meet any reasonable definition of an 'affordable home or dwelling' please contact us ASAP, we will remove it for you. In many cases the agreement is "fatally flawed" in that the wording renders it unenforceable and therefore does not serve a proper planning function or "useful purpose" as local authority planning officers like to believe.

Reduced costs for clients

Expensive Obligations £186,000 on Affordable on 20 houses in Suffolk £123,000 on Affordable on 10 flats in Folkestone £50,000 on open space on Manchester development Onerous obligations Occupancy restrictions removed in 10 counties Obligations amended in 30 counties Problematic Planning Conditions Parking permit restrictions removed Unnecessary conditions removed

Negotiating Heads of Terms

If avoiding all contributions is out of the question you have to negotiate terms that are both acceptable and practical.

Scrutiny of the wording of the agreement

Most people refuse to sign legql contracts without legal advice but time and again we find someone who has signed a Section 106 agreement without understanding what it says, all they wanted was the planning permission.

Renegotiation of Planning Obligations

If you are one of the many who signed something that later becomes unworkable you need professional advice on the merits of negotiating a modification or discharge of the obligations. We have many years experience in such matters.

Local Authority Monitoring Service

Professional S106 monitoring service for local authorities. If you don’t have a dedicated monitoring officer or team we can offer a service that ensures your receipts are as high as possible and that they are paid on time.
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© S106
“Modify or Discharge S106 Agreements”

Local Occupancy Clause

Remove (Discharge) or modify S106

agreements (obligations)

Section 106 agreements (old version section 52) are a legally binding contract attached to planning permission. Make sure you are happy with the content before you sign. Not all planning consultants have legal experience and not all lawyers have planning experience in this particular field. Many services offer to reduce or even remove the obligations demanded by the planners but they may not understand the complicated legal wording that some developers have signed up to in ignorance. We modify, discharge or remove Section 106 planning obligations or agreements restricting occupancy to local need, affordable housing or holiday let.  Also wrongly described as affordable occupancy restriction for a local person. If your house has one and the dwelling does not meet any reasonable definition of an 'affordable home or dwelling' please contact us ASAP, we will remove it for you. In many cases the agreement is "fatally flawed" in that the wording renders it unenforceable and therefore does not serve a proper planning function or "useful purpose" as local authority planning officers like to believe.

Reduced costs for clients

Expensive Obligations £186,000 on Affordable on 20 houses in Suffolk £123,000 on Affordable on 10 flats in Folkestone £50,000 on open space on Manchester development Onerous obligations Occupancy restrictions removed in 10 counties Obligations amended in 30 counties Problematic Planning Conditions Parking permit restrictions removed Unnecessary conditions removed

Negotiating Heads of Terms

If avoiding all contributions is out of the question you have to negotiate terms that are both acceptable and practical.

Scrutiny of the wording of the

agreement

Most people refuse to sign legql contracts without legal advice but time and again we find someone who has signed a Section 106 agreement without understanding what it says, all they wanted was the planning permission.

Renegotiation of Planning

Obligations

If you are one of the many who signed something that later becomes unworkable you need professional advice on the merits of negotiating a modification or discharge of the obligations. We have many years experience in such matters.