Our planning solicitors have significant experience of s106 legal agreements, which can make the difference between being granted and refused planning permission.
s106 Agreements and CIL
Drafting such agreements can be difficult and complex, requiring a consideration of not only national guidance but also local policy and the ability to negotiate effectively with officers from the planning authority.
With more an more local authorities adopting the Community Infrastructure Levy (‘CIL’) on a local basis, there is the opportunity for considerable disparity even within small geographic areas. Our solicitors and consultants are able to look at any CIL that is in place and offer not only advice on the level of contribution expected but also whether the policy is able to be challenged.