Section 106 / CIL Agreements

When new developments happen the developers are usually asked to pay a contribution towards the funding of associated infrastructure. Historically this was through 'Section 106' agreements negotiated between local authorities and developers although the Planning Act 2008 introduced a new way of doing this - the Community Infrastructure Levy, or CIL.

Strutt & Parker’s added value

S&P are well placed to provide our clients with the best advice relating to developer contributions. Our services cover viability appraisals and we also provide pre- and post-CIL planning advice to ensure your planning strategy maximises the benefits of CIL whilst minimising its impact. S&P also provide advice to Local Planning Authorities in developing their CIL rates, policies and delivery infrastructure

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