Question 4: Does the draft document provide the required level of clarity to explain which types of development will be expected to make planning obligations ?

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Comment

Planning Obligations SPD

Representation ID: 446

Received: 26/07/2015

Respondent: bernard duesbury

Representation:

No - there is no FIRM agreement from the developer

Full text:

No - there is no FIRM agreement from the developer

Comment

Planning Obligations SPD

Representation ID: 483

Received: 27/07/2015

Respondent: The Environment Agency

Representation:

Yes

Full text:

Yes

Comment

Planning Obligations SPD

Representation ID: 535

Received: 27/08/2015

Respondent: Mr Paul Johnson

Representation:

No - thresholds, costs and obligations sought per dwelling are not entirely clear. For pooled contributions, the Council will need to provide up to date on line lists of what S106 contributions have been achieved since 2010 to ensure there is no breach of the pooling restrictions. This would ensure that pooling levels per obligation type are transparent to all at pre-application stage and avoid breaching the pool figures of 5 per obligation.

Full text:

No - thresholds, costs and obligations sought per dwelling are not entirely clear. For pooled contributions, the Council will need to provide up to date on line lists of what S106 contributions have been achieved since 2010 to ensure there is no breach of the pooling restrictions. This would ensure that pooling levels per obligation type are transparent to all at pre-application stage and avoid breaching the pool figures of 5 per obligation.

Comment

Planning Obligations SPD

Representation ID: 612

Received: 23/09/2015

Respondent: LUTTERWORTH TOWN COUNCIL Parish Council

Representation:

No, there needs to be a clearer definition between commercial and residential developments.

Full text:

No, there needs to be a clearer definition between commercial and residential developments.