Adopted Local Development Plan

Section 106 Contributions Received 1st April 2022 - 31st March 2023

Topic

General use for spend unless a specific scheme agreed within the section 106 agreement

Amount received

Affordable housing Towards the provision of affordable housing in the locality of the property £1,690,316.32
Transportation Towards the ongoing promotion, improvement and provision of public transport, cycle and walking infrastructure works required as a consequence of the development £96,860.51
Education Towards additional educational facilities within the locality of the property £54,741.40
Public open space Public open space and recreational facilities within the locality of the property £122,748.81
Community facilities Towards community uses within the locality of the property £11,999.36
- - £857,668.58

 

Affordable housing contributions received by Town/Community Council area

  • Boncath
  • Burton
  • Clynderwen
  • Cosheston
  • Crymych
  • East Williamston
  • Fishguard & Goodwick
  • Haverfordwest
  • Kilgetty/Begelly
  • Llanstadwell
  • Milford Haven
  • Pembroke
  • Pembroke Dock
  • Penally
  • St Dogmaels
  • St Florence
  • Templeton
  • Wiston
  • Wolfscastle

NB: The Authority will seek to prioritise spending affordable housing commuted sums in the communities in which they are generated. In order to do this, the Authority will spend any contributions from commuted sums on Affordable Housing Schemes within the Town or Community council and adjoining Community Council areas within it was generated within 3 years. If, following 3 years, no suitable scheme has been commenced and the sum has not been spent, the Authority will then allocated spending the contribution on any Affordable Housing scheme across the whole of Pembrokeshire (including the National Park) for a further 2 years. If following a total of 5 years from receipt of the original sum the contribution has not been spent, it will be returned to the developer at a rate adjusted to reflect inflation over 5 years.

ID: 10925, revised 26/04/2024
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