§ 106 (S106) Agreements are legal agreements between local authorities and developers; they are linked to planning permissions and can also be described as planning obligations. Local planning authorities could consider including in their local list planning obligations or terms relating to agreements referred to in Section 106. Discussions on planning obligations should take place as early as possible in the planning process. The plans should define strategies for the expected contributions of development in order to allow for fair and open experimentation of the policies under consideration. Local authorities, landowners, developers, local (and, where appropriate, national) infrastructure providers and managers and affordable housing managers should be involved in defining strategies for the expected contributions of development. Pre-interviews can avoid delays in the completion of construction applications that are accepted subject to the conclusion of planning commitment agreements. The agreements referred to in Article 106 shall be drawn up if it is considered that a development will have a significant impact on the local territory, which cannot be tempered by conditions linked to a planning decision. Local planning authorities are encouraged to cooperate at an early stage with relevant local (and, where appropriate, national) infrastructure providers, infrastructure providers and infrastructure managers in order to avoid any delays in the establishment of planning obligations. For the regions of the two-tier Council, this should include county councils offering services such as education. Borough councils may also be legal advisers as part of the construction application process, as shown in Table 2 of the Planning Guidelines. Authorities may also report on contributions (monetary or direct) received in infrastructure financing declarations through section 278 motorway agreements, in order to further improve transparency for municipalities. Planning obligations in the form of agreements under Article 106 and agreements under Article 278 should only be used if it is not possible to remedy unacceptable effects by a planning condition. Royalties may be a fixed percentage of the total value of the individual agreement or commitment in accordance with Section 106; or could be a fixed sum of money per contractual commitment (for example.
B for benefits in kind). The authorities may decide to determine the fees in another way and in another sample. However, in all cases, monitoring fees must be proportionate and proportionate and reflect the actual costs of supervision. . . .