s106 and Local Conditions

s106 and Local conditions

Do you need obligations sorted?

When Planning Permission is granted, certain conditions will no doubt be applied to that Permission, one clause of which could be what’s called the s106 obligations (particularly relevant in the GLA), imposed on the Developer. These obligations could vary, but unless ‘discharged’ there will be a financial penalty. One example we have experienced was a ‘rule’ to employ a certain level of Local Labour and this had to be measured and reported quarterly.

s106 Management & Reporting

We will assist you to satisfy the s106 obligations imposed on your project.

Local Procurement Stratagies

We create a strategy for you and then assist with its implementation and management.

Local Labour Procurement

We identify the rules you need to follow and then help to implement the necessary procedures, checkpoints and reporting.

Recent News & Case Studies

Watson and Cox

The Upton Dairy project started in November 2009 and completed in July 2010. It involved part conversion and part new build of a business park at Upton Estate, Upton Dairy in Banbury, Oxfordshire.

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Recent News & Case Studies

Watson and Cox

The Upton Dairy project started in November 2009 and completed in July 2010. It involved part conversion and part new build of a business park at Upton Estate, Upton Dairy in Banbury, Oxfordshire.

Read More »

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