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Calculating Section 106 Planning Obligations


Contributions for roads and transport

For roads and transport the methodology has changed. It is based on:

  • Identified infrastructure requirements in the relevant area
  • The impact a development will have

This is in addition to measures to allow access by all modes of transport to development sites.

The documents below set out our general approach to development contributions. Please note that Appendix 1- ‘Comprehensive index of services provided’ has been deleted as it contained out of date contact information.

To discuss the requirements for transport contributions, please contact the Transport Development Control Team.

Downloads

Introduction [264.1 KB] [pdf]
Introduction to “A new approach to development contributions”.

Part 1 – background and broad framework [102.4 KB] [pdf]
Part one of “A new approach to development contributions”.

Part 2 – approach to determining development contributions [132.2 KB] [pdf]
Part two of “A new approach to development contributions”.

Part 3 – local stress areas [404.5 KB] [pdf]
Part three of “A new approach to development contributions”.

Part 4 – calculation of development contributions [186.3 KB] [pdf]
Part four of “A new approach to development contributions”.

Glossary [91.3 KB] [pdf]
Glossary for “A new approach to development contributions”.

Appendix 2 – National and strategic planning policy context [79.2 KB] [pdf]
A new approach to development contributions Appendix 2.

Appendix 3 – Example calculation of required development contributions [82.0 KB] [pdf]
A new approach to development contributions appendix 3.

Appendix 4 – School organisation plan: geographical or areas covered by area commentaries [576.5 KB] [pdf]
A new approach to development contributions Appendix 4.

Addendum – Methodology for calculating Local Sustainable Accessibility Improvement Contributions (LSAICs) [1.7 MB] [pdf]
Information about financial contributions made by developments towards off-site transport measures, to improve sustainable accessibility in the local area.

Updated Information on Stress Areas and Contribution Costs with effect from April 2012 [340.2 KB] [pdf]
The ninth revision to “A new approach to development contributions” incorporating updated information on available capacity and the costs of providing service infrastructure and facilities.

Statement of public consultations on supplementary planning guidance [75.8 KB] [pdf]

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