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Planning Obligations SPD

Question 12: Do you have any other comments about Making an Application?

Representation ID: 543

Received: 28/09/2015

Respondent: Bloor Homes

Representation Summary:

With reference to paragraph 4.4.6 and 4.4.10, and with the restrictions placed on pooling planning obligations in mind, the Council should consider an obligation request in light of CIL Regulations 122 and 123.
This should be made clear throughout the document.

Full text:

With reference to paragraph 4.4.6 and 4.4.10, and with the restrictions placed on pooling planning obligations in mind, the Council should consider an obligation request in light of CIL Regulations 122 and 123.
This should be made clear throughout the document.

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Planning Obligations SPD

Question 15: Do you have any comments to make about Finalising the S106 Agreement?

Representation ID: 545

Received: 28/09/2015

Respondent: Bloor Homes

Representation Summary:

Paragraph 4.6.1 should not prejudice the applicant and their legal representatives from initiating the drafting of the S106 Agreement.

Full text:

Paragraph 4.6.1 should not prejudice the applicant and their legal representatives from initiating the drafting of the S106 Agreement.

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Planning Obligations SPD

Question 15: Do you have any comments to make about Finalising the S106 Agreement?

Representation ID: 546

Received: 28/09/2015

Respondent: Bloor Homes

Representation Summary:

The S106 Legal Agreement should only be made publically available / accessible following its completion.

Full text:

The S106 Legal Agreement should only be made publically available / accessible following its completion.

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Planning Obligations SPD

Question 16: Do you have any comments to make about varying planning obligations?

Representation ID: 547

Received: 28/09/2015

Respondent: Bloor Homes

Representation Summary:

Reference should be made to the appeal provisions available (Section 106B and Section 106BC of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990) in the event that the Council refuse an application to vary or remove a planning obligation.

Full text:

Reference should be made to the appeal provisions available (Section 106B and Section 106BC of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990) in the event that the Council refuse an application to vary or remove a planning obligation.

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Planning Obligations SPD

Question 18: Do you have any comments on Tariffs or Standard Charges?

Representation ID: 549

Received: 28/09/2015

Respondent: Bloor Homes

Representation Summary:

How does this 'umbrella' strategy sit with the pooling restrictions imposed by CIL Regulation 123? Does this approach satisfy CIL Regulation 122?

Full text:

How does this 'umbrella' strategy sit with the pooling restrictions imposed by CIL Regulation 123? Does this approach satisfy CIL Regulation 122?

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Planning Obligations SPD

Question 21: Do you have any comments on thresholds for viability contributions

Representation ID: 550

Received: 28/09/2015

Respondent: Bloor Homes

Representation Summary:

This needs to be considered in light of the combined total of planning obligations generated by said development and consideration should be given to delaying some obligations so to not jeopardise the schemes viability.

Full text:

This needs to be considered in light of the combined total of planning obligations generated by said development and consideration should be given to delaying some obligations so to not jeopardise the schemes viability.

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Planning Obligations SPD

Question 25: Do you have any comments on legal, other costs and management of the obligation?

Representation ID: 551

Received: 28/09/2015

Respondent: Bloor Homes

Representation Summary:

The Oxfordshire High Court Judgement casts doubt on Council's entitlement to seek administrative and monitoring fees through S106 obligations (Oxfordshire County Council v SoS 2015 EWHC 186 01/02/2015)
How does the Council respond to this?

Full text:

The Oxfordshire High Court Judgement casts doubt on Council's entitlement to seek administrative and monitoring fees through S106 obligations (Oxfordshire County Council v SoS 2015 EWHC 186 01/02/2015)
How does the Council respond to this?

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Planning Obligations SPD

Question 27: What are your views on Harborough's affordable housing requirements in respect of the percentage sought and the tenure mix. Does this approach meet the housing needs of Harborough residen

Representation ID: 552

Received: 28/09/2015

Respondent: Bloor Homes

Representation Summary:

It is not appropriate to introduce a policy on market housing mix through this Document. This type of policy should be consulted upon through a Local Plan.

Full text:

It is not appropriate to introduce a policy on market housing mix through this Document. This type of policy should be consulted upon through a Local Plan.

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