However, as I have just said, such a unilateral act requires careful elaboration in order to guarantee protection against a “double dose” of development that the inspector wanted to avoid, while avoiding creating a commitment that could prevent an extension under the, even if the building permit is never implemented. It really takes someone who is familiar with the section 106 agreements to design it for you. (So don`t rely on your local lawyer to get the job done!) The terms of shuttle contributions should be part of the discussions between a developer and a local planning authority and should be reflected in any agreement on planning obligations. Agreements should include clauses specifying when the local planning authority should be informed of the completion of units under development and when funds should be disbursed. Local authorities should consider whether otherwise unacceptable developments could be made acceptable by the application of planning conditions or obligations.. . . .