Developer Contributions

Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS)

The requirement to produce an IFS was introduced through changes to Community Infrastructure Regulations in 2019, which requires any authority receiving a contribution from development through the Community Infrastructure Levy or Section 106 Planning Obligations to prepare an IFS.

This is the first IFS to be produced for Hart District and covers the monitoring period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020. The IFS provides a summary of all financial and non financial developer contributions relating to Section 106 Legal Agreements (S106) received by Hart District Council (HDC) for the monitoring period. 

The Government requires all local planning authorities to publish their developer contributions data on a regular basis and in an agreed format. The Council has published its developer contributions data in three CSV files which are provided under the Open Government Licence:

Developer agreements

Lists all S106 agreements secured by the Council, to secure contributions from a development for infrastructure or affordable housing.

Developer agreement contributions 

Contains the individual sums within each S106 agreement, assigned to particular purposes such as education and leisure.

Developer agreement transactions

Details each transaction relating to a S106 agreement.

If you have any questions or feedback on the IFS, or developer contributions data, please email

Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

The Council has commenced work on a CIL. See Cabinet 3 September 2020 Paper C and draft minutes.