S38 Adoption Agreement

The CIL or Section 106, including the highway schedule, is designed, negotiated and completed as part of the planning process, and the necessary work is often identified by our development control team. A complete set of drawings and calculations is required for the technical approval element of the notification, as mentioned in the technical approval section. The term “adoption” can be used both with respect to the dedication of additional land as a highway and the acceptance of changes to the existing highway. The CPA requires developers and/or owners of new roads to liaise with the highway authority (in this case HCC) to cover the costs of the proposed roadworks. If the development roads are not completed satisfactorily, this loan protects HCC and future residents from a development from the costs of completing or repairing these unsatisfactory road works. However, HCC`s position is to actively encourage developers to submit to the adoption of residential roads under Section 38. If an agreement is reached under Section 38, an APC exemption is granted Read more about new apartments and the adoption of the highway (information for residents) Legal fees related to the preparation and signing of the agreement will be billed separately to the developer`s lawyer by LGSS Law. The procedure required to reach an agreement can take time and time, and it is therefore desirable to get in touch as soon as possible with the authority of the motorways. Before entering into an agreement under Section 38, the landowner or developer must: to begin the procedure, the developer must complete an application for an agreement to accept a highway. For section 38 or CPA assistance, e-Mail-roadagreements@hants.gov.uk A Section 38 Agreement (or S38) is a section of the Highways Act 1980 that can be used when a developer proposes the construction of a new road for residential, industrial or general transportation, which can be proposed to the highway authority for adoption as a public highway. Upon receipt of your application online and all information, your application will be assigned to our motorway contract managers, who will contact you and provide additional instructions specifying the payment necessary to cover the administrative and technical costs of design control. This must be paid before the start of the technical design test. Once this tax is paid, the technical design check begins.

No site inspection is carried out to authorize the work of a developer on site, unless all contractual costs have been paid.