Once a proponent realizes that it is unable to meet the obligations under Section 106, they should contact the APA and attempt to honour or amend it. It could, for example, attempt to reduce a necessary contribution or negotiate a later trigger date for payment. See practical note: renegotiation of planning obligations. Planning execution orders can only be issued if the developer has deliberately concealed the unauthorized development. In these circumstances, it must be proven that the developer has taken positive steps to conceal the unauthorized construction, rather than informing the local planning authority. A Section 106 agreement is an agreement reached as part of the planning process between landowners or developers and local planning authorities (LPAs). When considering potential enforcement actions, the local planning authority should consider the national planning framework, particularly item 58. Local planning authorities and justices of the peace may authorize designated officers to enter the territory for enforcement purposes (Sections 196A, 196B and 196C of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990). This right is limited to what, in particular circumstances, is considered essential for effective application of planning control. A local planning authority may apply after the fact. In cases where the local planning authority believes that an application is the appropriate means of resolving the situation, the owner or occupant of the land should be invited to submit an application without delay (Section 73A of the Planning Act 1990). It is important to note that, where appropriate, local planning authorities also have a number of investigative powers for planning purposes.
One option is for the local planning authority to make a planning violation. Local planning authorities must keep a record of execution and stop notifications (section 188 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and Section 43 of the Town and Country Planning (UK) Order 2015. It is important that the following measures be included in the registry as soon as possible: this article focuses on planning obligations, but please note that there are other forms of planning agreement, such as. B Section 278 and Section 38, which relate to highway construction. Effective enforcement measures are based on specific information about an alleged planning control violation. The application can be filed within six months, from the date on which sufficient evidence of the local planning authority`s manifest infringement was revealed.