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March 23, 2022

Webinar: How to Make Section 106 Work for You

S106 Management's Tom Furby in conversation with Nimbus Maps' Andrew Green regarding s106 agreements, viability, CIL Reg 122 and planning obligations, March 2021.

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Webinar: How to Make Section 106 Work for You
February 11, 2022

Appeal win: Strategic 86 unit housing site appeal allowed with zero s106 contributions

Appeal win reducing 17 affordable houses to zero on the basis of high infrastructure costs. S106M provided viability reporting, extensive negotiations with the council and appeal statement of case and further affordable housing statements to support this recent Appeal in North East Lincolnshire for 68 houses and 18 apartments on part of a large strategic site adopted in the local plan and previously consented.

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Appeal win: Strategic 86 unit housing site appeal allowed with zero s106 contributions
December 9, 2021

Unspent S106 Money and Repayment Clauses

Section 106 contributions and planning obligations have long been a controversial topic, both within the planning industry and in the wider social community. These contributions are often crucial to the sustainability of a site, but reports show that some of the money is unspent years later.

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Unspent S106 Money and Repayment Clauses
October 29, 2021

Budget 2021: Our Reaction

There are several headlines of note from Rishi Sunak’s Budget 2021 announcements, including both things said and unsaid. Here's our reaction to Wednesday's announcements.

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Budget 2021: Our Reaction
October 22, 2021

Vacant Building Credit - What is it, and how can it be used?

Vacant building credit was introduced in 2014 - but what exactly is it and how can it be used in relation to planning obligations and affordable housing?

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Vacant Building Credit - What is it, and how can it be used?
August 19, 2021

Case Study: Duplicate Planning Applications, s106 Contributions, and Appeals

This viability case extends through initial report, extensive negotiation and appeal. It demonstrates several important points, including the way greenfield infrastructure costs should be accounted for in viability assessments, how to deal with potentially unreasonable behaviour from a planning authority, and that just because a site is allocated in the local plan does not mean that site-specific costs cannot be taken into account. It also demonstrates that a duplicate planning permission can be used to vary previously agreed s106 contributions.

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Case Study: Duplicate Planning Applications, s106 Contributions, and Appeals
July 9, 2021

Infrastructure Contributions

Development will always have an impact on the local community. But what exactly are infrastructure contributions for, and how do they work?

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Infrastructure Contributions
June 25, 2021

Section 106 and Viability: The Basics

Section 106 agreements and viability reports are common entities when it comes to getting your planning permission. But what are they, and why are they needed?

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Section 106 and Viability: The Basics