Decision details

Section 106 Agreement for Planning Application 21/01076/FULMAJ Application for the erection of 67no. dwellings (including 30% affordable housing) with associated access, car parking and landscaping. Land 53m west of Belvedere, 31 Darlington Street, C

Decision Maker: Director of Highways and Transport

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Purpose:

Approval is sought for the County Council to enter into an agreement under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, for an obligation for the developer to pay a sum of £3,000 for a Traffic Regulation Order.


When consulted by Chorley Borough Council for a housing development consisting of up to 67 dwellings on land off Darlington Street, the County Council responded raising no objections subject to the developer funding a Traffic Regulation Order.
Chorley Borough Council's Planning Committee resolve to approve the application, subject to the developer entering a s106 agreement for various matters.


Authority to take this decision has been delegated under the Scheme of Delegation to Heads of Service.

Decision:

John Davies, Head of Highways Network Management, took the decision to approve that the Director of Law and Governance is authorised to enter into an agreement under Section 106 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 in connection with the proposed development, providing for obligations on the owner or developer of the land to pay a sum of £3,000.

 

Divisions Affected: Chorley South;

Contact: John Davies Email: john.davies2@lancashire.gov.uk.

Date of decision: 16/05/2024

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