In accordance with the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations, for the financial year 2019/2020, any authority that receives a developer contribution through the levy or section 106 (S106) planning obligations must prepare an Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS) by 31 December 2020 and by the 31 December each year thereafter.
The second part of the IFS is non-mandatory but is set out in planning practice guidance. It recommends publishing more detailed developer contributions data in a set of tables at a level of individual transactions. This provides for transparency and accountability at the level of individual obligations.
It should be acknowledged that data on developer contributions and IFS reports is imperfect, represents estimates at a given point in time, and can be subject to change. The data published below is the most robust available at the time, will always be a snapshot of a moment in time and will not match like for like the appendixes provided with the latest published IFS 2019-20.
There is still large amounts of back data entry required to enable us to report all our historic S106 data in the precise format required by the guidance, so be aware that the files below only show agreements, contributions and transactions data on S106 agreements signed from 1st April 2019 onwards. They do however, contain all the contributions and transaction data under CIL as we only became a CIL collecting Authority from 1st April 2019.
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