- Section 106 insights—part two—early and late stage development viability reviews, dealing with multiple parties, and deeds of variation associated with TCPA 1990, s 73 applications
- Early and late stage development viability reviews
- Dealing with multiple parties
- Deeds of variation associated with s 73 applications
Planning analysis: This is part two of the three-part series on agreements made under section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (TCPA 1990), also known as, s 106 obligations. Part one of this series looked at how to retain flexibility in drafting; ensuring the final s 106 obligation remains attractive to funders; and the steps to be taken to maintain development cash flow. This part two will look at the early and late stage development viability reviews; dealing with multiple parties; and deeds of variation associated with applications under TCPA 1990, s 73, also known as, s 73 applications. These articles by Sarah Fitzpatrick, partner and Head of Planning, at Norton Rose Fulbright, will look at common issues and how effective drafting can help.
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