Planning obligations income and expenditure

The table below summarises Section 106 income and expenditure since 2009 to 2021:

Year Income Expenditure
2020 to 2021 £3,223,159.41 £2,554,103.09
2019 to 2020 £3,536,634.85 £2,912,103.09
2018 to 2019 £5,396,117 £1,449,727
2017 to 2018 £3,218,304 £2,304,665.91
2016 to 2017 £6,532,762 £1,763,434
2015 to 2016 £1,546,108.75 £788,777.24
2014 to 2015 £1,499,292 £909,267.77
2013 to 2014 £810,916 £1,468,136.82
2012 to 2013 £1,343,803 £1,529,064.04
2011 to 2012 £1,644,629 £1,496,159.05
2010 to 2011 £661,507 £577,442
2009 to 2010 £471,924 £1,087,748.13

In 2020 to 2021, £2,554,103.09 of Section 106 contributions has been spent on works, services or maintenance that will reduce the impacts of the development that provided the contributions. The table below shows in broad terms what these Section 106 contributions have been spent on.

Types of improvements funded by section 106 contributions Spend
Affordable housing £1,674,129
Climate change (mitigation) £25,528.50
Construction training £45,843
Open space and/or children's play space £619,484.30
Public realm £91,114.66
Monitoring £56,115.00
Maintenance (open space) £7,585.56
Transport / highways (generally secured separately through the planning process) £33,503.07
Legal fees (generally payable separately from section 106 contributions) £800.00
Total £2,554,103.09

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This page was last updated on 18 October 2021

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