Whilst we try to keep buzzwords down to a minimum, these are instances when we don't dictate their use. We hope this helps. If you need any others, please contact the parish clerk.
Each Area Board has set up a Community Area Transport Group (CATG) that gives local people a way to have a say about highways issues and priorities in the local area and how money should be allocated to support transport and highway improvements.
Section 106 of the Town and County Planning Act, 1990, relates to monies paid by developers to local planning authorities in order to offset the costs of the external effects of development. For example, if a developer were to build 100 new houses, there would be effects on local schools, roads etc., which the local authority would have to deal with. In that situation there might be a Section 106 agreement as part of the granting of planning permission. The developer might agree to make a contribution towards the provision of new schools.