If research has shown that there are multiple Agreements under Section 106 and you need confirmation that any agreement has been met, the fee is £116 per contract. If your search for local base charges has resulted in a Section 106 agreement against property you are purchasing, you can verify that the obligations under the Section 106 Agreement have been met. For all payments made under Article 106 of the planning agreements, please provide the following information: these are legally binding agreements negotiated between the planning authority and the applicant/developer, as well as all other parties who may have an interest in the land. A “unilateral undertaking” is an agreement proposed independently by the applicants. *Cheshire East Council charges a fee for attorneys` fees related to the preparation and negotiation of S106 contracts and you must take a fee obligation before legal work begins. Fees are levied at £160 per hour (increase to £195 per hour from 1 April 2018), including the inclusion of unilateral commitments submitted to the Council under the Construction Application and Appeal Procedure*, Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, as amended, gives the local planning authority the power to: to conclude an S106 agreement. The additional column containing information indicated in your application is simply an internal summary of the s106 legal agreement itself. If you need further specific details about each building permit (as per the reference given), the s106 agreements will detail this and be publicly available on the Cheshire East Borough Council website by searching for any relevant building permits: you will receive an email from a member of our team with your response. We strive to provide you with this information as quickly as possible. Responses can take up to six to eight weeks depending on the complexity of the agreement. Emma Williams Principal Planning Officer Municipal Buildings Earle Street Crewe Tel: 03001235014 This document is a standard form of s106 prepared by Cheshire East Council. The Commission will not normally accept changes to the definitions or clauses 2-16 contained in this document.