CIL AND S106 SITE VISITS - Public forum - Planning Advisory Service (PAS)
CIL AND S106 SITE VISITS
Do any Council Officers that carry out site visits to monitor development in order to administer the CIL Regulations and S106 Agreements have 'special' wording on your Council id badges (or any separate paperwork that you carry) that allows you access onto land as a Council empployee for the purposes of administering the Regulations? If so, what Council are you with and what does your wording say?
My Sheffield City Council ID badge has wording on the back to allow me entry for site visits. The wording is: -
Sheffield City Council authorise Claire Woods to enter land and premises at all reasonable hours pursuant to the provision of Section 196A, 196B and 324 of The Town and Country Planning Act 1990, Section 88 of The Town and Country Planning Act (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990, Reg 109 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended) and Section 34 of the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005.
The same is on all Planning and Enforcement Officers ID badges.
Hope this helps.
Yes, at Torridge District Council planning officers have similar wording to what Claire mentions above on the back of our ID cards. To be honest, I'm not sure whether what we have would cover us for the purpose you state, particularly as we are not a CIL Charging authority, however happy to share the wording which is as follows:
"Authority to Enter Premises
The officer shown overleaf is hearby an authorised officer for the purposes of the following:
Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as amended:
Section 196A - Right to Enter Premises
Section 196B - Right to Enter Premises under warrant
Section 196C - Right of Entry
Section 214B - Right to Enter
Section 214C - Right to Enter under warrant
Section 324 - Rights of Entry
Planning (Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended
Section 88 - Rights to Enter premises
Section 88A - Rights to Enter premises under warrant
Hedgerow Regulations 1997
Regulations 12 - Right to Enter premises
Regulation 13 Right to Enter under warrant"
Hope this helps,
At Three Rivers DC I have an 'Authority To Enter' ID pass. It has my photo attached. The wording is:
This is to Certify that Deborah Wilson whose photograph and signaure shown opposite is the duly appointed Community Infratructure Officer of the Three Rivers District Council, and has been authorised by them to enter premises at all reasonable hours for the purpose of her official duties, in pursuance of the statutory provisions on that behalf.
In witness where of the Common Seal of the Council was herunto affixed this (put the date in) in the presence of (signed by the Coucils head Solcitor and the Council seal)
At Havant Borough Council we monitor CIL and S106 developments in our Developer Contributions Team. Our wording is:
The holder of this card is hereby authorised to enter any land or building for the purposes descriibed in Section 324 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and Section 109 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010, in proper pursuance of their duties in relation to Town and Country Planning and Community Infrastructure Levy Matters.
If you wish to confirm the identity of the badge holder please ring...
And let's not forget there are some important limitations such as
196 A (4)Admission to any building used as a dwellinghouse shall not be demanded as of right by virtue of subsection (1) or (2) unless twenty-four hours’ notice of the intended entry has been given to the occupier of the building.