Leeds City Council Section 106 Agreements

As far as I know, the current section 104 agreement is in the works. Can you give me a summary, please, and when the work should be completed? Contact Nasreen Yunis, Principal Planner Tel: 0113 2478133 Email: Nasreen.Yunis@leeds.gov.uk Section 106 Agreements are privately negotiated between local planning authorities and persons interested in land (or developer) under Law S106 of the Planning Act 1990. They are normally used to improve the quality of development and enable proposals that might otherwise be rejected. publicaccess.leeds.gov.uk/online-applications/search.do?action=advanced Freedom of Information Question Ref 18893: Request for Sections 38, 104 and 106 regarding the development by Baratts Homes in Middleton Economic Viability Assessment, which provided a recent assessment of the provision of affordable housing in the current market. This policy has significantly reduced the need for affordable housing in the vast majority of the city, rendering many s106 renegotiations unnecessary, given that the Council was already below a marketable level of affordable housing. Allow me to obtain a copy of the agreements in Section 38 and Section 106, as well as any changes to the development by Baratts Homes in Middleton, LS10, Leeds. Leeds City Council has proactively put realistic amounts of affordable housing into the city and has used its powers under s106 to unlock many large sites. In February 2011, the Board of Directors implemented a provisional policy for affordable housing that corresponds to the results of a Kristin Lea Information Governance Support Officer Information Management – Governance t: 0113 3787899 e: [Leeds City Council Request email] e: [Email address] w: www.leeds.gov.uk Thanks for the above information we received on August 15, 2017. We will respond to your request in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 or the Environmental Information Regulations 2004. Don`t forget to mention the reference number FOI 19391 in future communications. Council approved a new s106 agreement to eliminate affordable housing and reduce green space so that development can move forward. The new agreement s106 provides for a “recession review”, i.e. if the site is not widely exploited within two years (50% of the dwellings are essentially completed), a new declaration of financial viability must be re-submitted and that, if the market has strengthened, affordable housing (and even a better contribution to green spaces) would be required.

86 dwellings are thus highlighted by family dwellings that can be delivered in the short term, because the builder wants to immediately develop units on this site. The developers reapplyed for a building permit in 2010. They paid for an independent cost-effectiveness assessment, as requested by the Commission, to demonstrate that it is not possible to provide affordable housing and a total contribution to green electricity. The new s106 agreement provides for a “proof of recession”, if you wish to consult a S106 party agreement, you can do so by indicating the corresponding reference number on our website for public access to planning at: .