Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

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Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

1.22

Representation ID: 337

Received: 07/01/2010

Respondent: Essex County Council

Representation Summary:

Essex County Council fully supports the stated purpose of the Document 'to set out Southend Borough Council's approach towards seeking planning obligations when considering planning applications' (paragraph 1.22). The presentation of clear guidance on this matter should greatly assist the process of securing high quality sustainable development that meets the needs of the community.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

1.21

Representation ID: 338

Received: 07/01/2010

Respondent: Essex County Council

Representation Summary:

The Document understandably focuses on the application of Planning Obligations across the Borough Council's administrative area. Nevertheless, the Document should acknowledge that there could be occasions when the impacts of a proposed development extend beyond the Borough's boundary. Consequently, some proposed developments in Southend could give rise to impacts within the adjoining administrative areas of Essex County Council, Castle Point Borough Council and Rochford District Council. Perhaps the most notable current example is in relation to the development of London Southend Airport, where the transport impacts are likely to extend to the adjoining area beyond Southend.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

2.1

Representation ID: 339

Received: 07/01/2010

Respondent: Essex County Council

Representation Summary:

Accordingly, the Document should be enhanced as follows,

In Section 2, 'How Planning Obligations will be applied Across Southend', add a paragraph to explain that where a proposed development has likely impacts outside Southend the relevant authorities will be party to the negotiation and completion of the necessary planning obligations;

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

1.1

Representation ID: 340

Received: 07/01/2010

Respondent: Essex County Council

Representation Summary:

In Section 3, clarify that adjoining authorities should be involved equally in the procedure for completing planning obligations in respect of those development proposals which had an impact outside Southend.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

1.1

Representation ID: 341

Received: 07/01/2010

Respondent: Essex County Council

Representation Summary:

In Section 4 include a further question to explain why adjoining authorities may be involved in the negotiation and completion of planning obligations for proposed development within Southend.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

1.1

Representation ID: 342

Received: 07/01/2010

Respondent: Essex County Council

Representation Summary:

In Appendix 1, should include reference to the 'Developer's Guide to Infrastructure Contributions, Essex County Council, April 2008' and note that a revised document is currently in preparation for publication during 2010.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

1.1

Representation ID: 343

Received: 07/01/2010

Respondent: Essex County Council

Representation Summary:

In Appendix 3, add as contact and information source for Essex County Council,

Essex County Council, Strategic Development and External Funding
Keith Blackburn- External Funding and Monitoring Officer
Essex County Council, County Hall, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1QH
Telephone: 01245 437558 E-mail: Keith.Blackburn@essex.go.uk Keith Lawson - Strategic Development and External Funding Manager
Essex County Council, County Hall, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1QH
Telephone: 01245 437123 E-mail: Keith.Lawson@essex.gov.uk

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