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Developer Contributions

Developer contributions are secured to ensure that new development does not put a strain on existing services and facilities

There are two different types of Developer Contributions – S106 contributions and the Community Infrastructure Levy.  S106 agreements (or planning obligations) are legal agreements between a developer and the planning authority.  The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a standard charge introduced by selected District and Borough Councils. 

For more information on developer contributions please go to Developers Guide to Infrastructure Contributions in Suffolk

Please view information on the Infrastructure Funding Statements