The other scenario is to reapply for a new planning application for an identical development already authorized, but with another S106 or UU agreement. A new building permit necessarily requires a new S106 or UU agreement that replaces the existing agreement. There is no planning fee to pay if the new application is submitted within 12 months of the last decision to approve the plan. A structure application can be a cost-effective alternative to a detailed application. Before doing so, you must consider other changes that may have been made to the Planning Directive. For example, the LIL could be introduced or a new affordable housing policy was put in place. If this is a first resale to an older development, you may need to prove that the Council must ensure that you are selling your home in accordance with the terms of your agreement s106. This legislation to verify planning agreements, which are not feasible, has now come to an end and one of the options mentioned above should therefore be used. Section 106 contributions (also known as planning obligations or unilateral obligations) are required by law to mitigate the impact of your development on a local community and infrastructure. These are sought by local planning authorities (LPAs) during the building permit process and are guaranteed by a legal agreement S106 of the Town -Country Planning Act 1990.
An S73 application is generally supported by a few slightly varied plans and an S106-Viability ratio. The application is paid for, but offers an inexpensive way to replace existing S106 or UU agreements. An S73 planning application, after authorization, establishes a new building permit next to your existing agreement and a new S106 agreement or amendment s. In this process, it is a matter of replacing one obligation with another, not by appeal. Your existing S106 agreement may contain words that extend the agreement to future S73 applications. In these circumstances, we recommend a new planning application as the only realistic route, as LPAs are often very reluctant to release existing commitments. Some homes may not have a price restriction. These are dwellings subject to previous s106 agreements (or previous agreements s52). These must continue to be sold to eligible households.
These are called homes of local needs. The tenure criteria for the s106 agreement generally have a depressing effect on value. Therefore, if you own a local home, it is important to draw the attention of the real estate agent you use to the occupancy conditions. They can then take this into account when assessing them. You must confirm the price at which you want to sell your home in the schematic section of the sales release. Developers and owners of discounted properties, which are resold, promote their homes with real estate agents and real estate sites such as Rightmove/Zoopla. New properties can also be advertised in their sales offices or on the developer`s website, as well as local advertisements on social networks, local newsletters, etc. It is possible to replace an existing S106 agreement or a unilateral undertaking with a land development application without meeting the conditions previously imposed by filing a development application in accordance with the S73 TCPA.