Planning Obligations, also known as S106 agreements, are legal agreements which allow the Council to secure funds. They pay for essential services or infrastructure needed as a result of new development.
With the introduction of the Harrow Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), the Council funds strategic infrastructure.
Planning obligations will still be used to secure affordable housing and to alleviate site specific impacts.
This supplementary planning document clearly sets out the Council's approach, its policies, and procedures regarding planning obligations to the Harrow CIL.
The draft Supplementary Planning Documents were available for comment between 11 July 2013 - 5 September 2013. They were subsequently adopted by Cabinet on 17 October 2013.
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You can purchase a professionally bound copy of the Supplementary Planning Documents for £10 including postage and packaging. To request a copy, please contact us using the details at the end of the page.
Supplementary Planning Documents (SPD) are used to provide further details on the implementation of Local Development Documents.
SPDs are non-statutory documents. They are not subject to an independent examination and do not have Development Plan status. However, they are subject to a thorough process of public consultation. This is in accordance with the council's Statement of Community Involvement and must also be consistent with national and regional planning policies.
While SPDs are not statutory documents, they are material considerations when assessing planning applications.
For information about planning policy matters and advice on the Harrow self-build register.Address: Harrow Council
PO Box 1358