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Garden waste collections

The council and our waste collection partners Allerdale Waste Services would like to apologise for the issues which have affected some properties' garden waste collections over the last couple of weeks. The issues have been caused by self-isolation and other staff absences. 

The advice for households who've not had their collection this week is to take bins back in and present them on their next scheduled garden waste collection day.

Households are advised to continue checking our website and social media accounts for the latest information on collections.

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England has moved into Step 4 from 19 July 2021

• See the latest news and get more information regarding coronavirus (Covid-19) and our services.

• Help and advice for affected businesses, charities and other organisations.

• Advice for individuals including the Test and Trace Support payment to help those self-isolating.

• Our customer contact centres have reopened to public on an appointment-only basis. However, please use our online forms, webchat, app and phone number to contact us where possible. Contact us link includes details on how to book an appointment. 

Developer Contributions Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

We adopted the Developer Contributions Supplementary Planning Document on 26 July 2017. The SPD provides important guidance on how the council will calculate necessary contributions from developers to support development across the borough.

As an adopted SPD, it is a material consideration in determining planning applications and will ensure a consistent and transparent approach to enable the appropriate level of infrastructure to deliver sustainable development.

It considers the level of contributions for things like:

  • Affordable housing
  • The provision of open spaces
  • Resources to improve education facilities
  • Flood risk and surface water management solutions
  • Resources for highways and transport

How does a developer commit to a Planning Obligation?

A Section 106 agreement allows us to enter into a legally-binding planning obligation with a developer in association with the granting of planning permission.

How can Section 106 Agreements be used?

The scope of such agreements must meet three tests as set out in the Community Infrastructure Regulations 2010. They must be:

  • Necessary to make the development acceptable in planning terms
  • Directly related to the proposed development
  • Fairly and reasonably related in scale and kind to the proposed development

What can be included in a Section 106 Agreement?

Agreements under Section 106 are normally required to mitigate impacts arising from large scale developments, and provide the means of ensuring the provision of necessary services and infrastructure to support new developments. The list above are examples of what can be included in a Section 106 Agreement (though this list is not exhaustive).

Allerdale Borough Council has a standard template for Section 106 Agreements for the provision of affordable housing. The templates has been made available so that applicants can see the kind of document that they will be required to sign. However, these are complex legal documents and you are strongly advised to seek legal advice before entering into an agreement of this kind.

Download the Standard Section 106 template

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