These new application and appeal procedures do not replace existing powers to renegotiate section 106 agreements on a voluntary basis. In addition, with respect to affordable housing, this provision does not replace provisions to amend an obligation established by the 1992 regulations and updated by the 2013 regulations (see above). These agreements are a means of providing or addressing the issues necessary to make an evolution in planning concepts acceptable. They are increasingly used to support the provision of services and infrastructure such as highways, recreational facilities, education, health and affordable housing. Warwick District Council and Warwickshire County Council are currently implementing a major project to verify and monitor the requirements of these agreements, and the table is therefore a working document that is subject to regular review and updating. For this reason, while many of the requirements of the agreements have been met (marked in green in the table), many others are currently being reviewed and verified. You should let us know when you start the work, so that we can calculate the required contribution fee. Once the contribution is received, we will monitor the Commission`s use of this money to ensure that it is used for the right purpose. Please note that the monitoring fee must be paid at the time of signing the S106 Legal Agreement. Government Circular 05/2005 (Para B50) advises municipalities to carefully monitor all legal agreements. For the preparation, review and production of S106 contracts and unilateral commitments, we charge attorneys` fees.

You can find a summary of all existing agreements that may affect your assets, including information about the contributions that are due or have been made and where the money is spent. This information is provided through a table containing agreements signed since 2005. The table is updated quarterly. The Planning Officer / S106 Monitoring Officer is responsible for the completion of all agreements prior to the planned closure. Agreements on sustainable transport improvement and open spaces signed before 1 April 2014 continue to generate small sums of money. If you would like to know if S.106 funds may be available in your municipality, please contact us for a list of available s.106 funds in your resort. If you have an idea to spend some of the money, please contact your city council, which can discuss the idea with you and contact the relevant councillors to see if a project is viable and under the terms of the S.106 agreement in which the funds were received. . . .