JLES Group - Road & Sewer Adoption Specialists

Open Spaces – Section 106 Agreements

Fulfilling your obligations of a Section 106 Agreement (transferring the ownership and maintenance responsibility of an open space to the Local Authority or third party) is widely perceived to be a very difficult process as the drivers to deal with an open space adoption are not always apparent.

It is only when the process is left incomplete, that the inevitable long term maintenance costs and the ongoing client risk associated with the piece of land, eventually cause significant headaches both financially and operationally.



Typically, our internal team will undertake the following:

  • Landscaping plan technical approval
  • Agreement terms appraisal
  • Land Transfer facilitation
  • S106 commuted sum negotiation
  • Land registry searches
  • Tree Preservation Order Assessments
  • Planning department liaison
  • Local community liaison
  • Local Authority Park Maintenance liaison
  • Transfer to private management company
  • Construction cost forecasting
  • Joint inspections with Local Authority or third party

Featured Open Spaces Projects

  • The Oaklands, Easingwold
    JLES Project - The Oaklands, Easingwold
  • Leeming Bar Industrial Estate, Northallerton
    JLES Project - Leeming Bar Ind Estate
  • York Road Industrial Estate, Thirsk
    JLES Project - York Road Industrial Estate, Thirsk
  • Stokesley Business Park, Ellerbeck Court
    JLES Project - Stokesley Business Park
  • Wensleydale Business Park, Hawes
    JLES Project - Wensleydale Business Park Hawes