Enfield Council Section 106 Agreement

A document that sets the standards of a Council for new developments. The agreements provided for in Article 106 are used in addition to the tax to reduce the impact of developments related to planning requests. Most agreements are site-specific and refer to the requirements of the Supplemental Planning Document (PDF) under Article 106. 2 Discussed in section 4.1 Space strategy of the adopted core strategy. Sujata Majumdar (S106) sujata.majumdar@enfield.gov.uk Tel: 020 8132 2773 The separate sections of each of these points must take into account unregulated energy consumption (as derived from equipment not covered by the building rules) and developers must show how development energy consumption and, therefore, carbon emissions have been reduced. Before development begins, the person paying for the CIL must submit an initial notice (PDF) and a liability notice (PDF) to cil@enfield.gov.uk. If we do not receive them, the fee will be automatically refunded to the owners of the country. A surcharge may be levied for each taxable person(s) if development begins before liability is assumed. The agreements referred to in Section 106 and the Community Infrastructure Tax (CIL) (together called planning obligations) are used to reduce the impact of development and certainly ensure the provision of supporting infrastructure such as new schools, health facilities and open spaces. This ensures that development can be made acceptable as intended. You will no doubt be familiar with the rules applicable to faith applications and the public interest test.

You should keep in mind that the following charges are levied for the management and monitoring of the agreements referred to in Article 106: DMD 59 “Prevention and Reduction of Flood Risks”, DMD 60 “Flood Risk Assessment”, DMD 61 “Surface Water Management”, DMD 62 “Flood Protection and Mitigation Measures” & DMD 63 “Water Protection and Improvement and Flood Protection”, this section of the declaration should demonstrate how surface water is discharged before the time has been attenuated. construction, including details of proposed sustainable drainage systems, rainwater use facilities, sustainable drainage strategy and, where appropriate, flood risk assessments.. . . .