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This information is not collected centrally. Section 106 agreements are contracts between developers and local authorities to make development acceptable in planning terms. It is important that information about planning obligations is made available to the general public. The Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) Order 2010 requires that a copy of any planning obligation is kept on the council's planning register, which is available to the public.