As our survey shows, many are not doing so at the moment. But as far as the public is concerned, it`s the developers who break like promises rather than advice. In the capital, the largest gap was between what was added to Section 106 and what was spent in the City of Merton, which remained at 80.4% of the $32 million it raised from developers. „The planning obligation for Section 106 was [ . . . a completely different kind of agreement. It had its own status and role in the legal planning system. Its objective was to regulate the development of land for which the local planning authority issued the building permit. Under its terms, the developer and its rights holders would not be able to legally pursue the development for which the building permit was issued and, in particular, not to demolish existing community facilities on the construction area until replacement facilities have been built. The Section 106 agreement did not require the proponent to continue the development. But in any case, it is not the type of transactions that are governed by the public procurement regime.

It was not, by its very nature, a „public work contract.“ Its essential objective – and its necessary justification for properly planning the territory of the local planning authority – was to ensure that Community institutions were replaced when implementing the building permit. Otherwise, the construction itself would not have been acceptable and the building permit should not have been issued. As Hickinbottom J. put it (paragraph 116 of his judgment), „the Primary Purpose of the Council was to plan the situation – to develop the land – instead of having done the work related to the replacement of the community organization.“ In this case, on the other hand, when the urbanization contract was concluded, the city council did not perform any of the duties of a local planning authority according to the legal planning scheme. It entered into a contract whose main objective was to carry out the work it made available. It therefore fell within the scope of the procurement regime. New laws came into effect this month, requiring councils to publish an annual report in which the amount of their payments and expenses are disclosed. Faraday/West Berkshire Council (Court of Appeal, November 14, 2018) is essential for those advising on development agreements between local authorities and developers: the fact that the developer has the opportunity to take an interest in the land concerned and carry out the development does not prevent the agreement from being considered a public contract for work. A hell of a reversal of Holgate J in the first instance. Responding to Property Week`s questions about the discrepancies, Councillor Ged Bell, a member of Newcastle City Council`s Employment and Culture Board cabinet, responded: „We became a CIL pricing agency in 2016 and over the next five years we expect to have collected more than $4.6 million in CIL fees. We have not spent any of the contributions because the money is going to major infrastructure projects as we prepare to expand our city.

He added: „The amount of the local ILC received is $350,000, and the city council is working with local communities to determine how this should be spent. 10.19 The obligation to cooperate is a requirement of the Localism Act 2011 and aims to ensure that all agencies involved in planning cooperate on strategic issues that are more important than local importance. Duty is particularly important and difficult for a large city like Birmingham, where its influence goes far beyond its administrative boundaries. It is also a challenge for the authorities around Birmingham, especially with regard to the adjustment of growth that cannot be achieved within the administrative limit of the city.