In some cases, financial contributions may be guaranteed by Section 106 agreements under the Urban Planning and Planning Act 1990, in consultation with developers and the local planning authority. The Surrey County Council Developer Contribution Guide (PDF document below) describes the Council`s approach in seeking planning commitments to mitigate the impact of new developments on Landratsamt`s infrastructure and services. Preston Regeneration: “It is recommended that up to $322,600 be provided to cover the costs of the Reigate- Banstead Borough Council (partly retroactively) for the Preston Regeneration Area, including the provision of the new recreation centre and work in public space. Initially, these costs were expected to be covered by developer contributions collected as part of De Burgh`s section 106 development, which is no longer possible due to a change in national rules. Preston Regeneration Bus Service: “As part of the Preston Regeneration Project, $340,000 was expected to be guaranteed by Section 106 contributions to improve bus links between Preston and the area. National rules mean that it is no longer possible to collect this money through section 106. It is recommended that this project be given priority for CIL$340,000. A240 Shared Footway/Cycleway (Preston): “It is recommended that this Surrey County Council project be given priority for $72,000 of CIL, or 39% of the total project cost. The project will create the “missing link” in the pedestrian/cycle trail between the Preston Rehabilitation Area, Beacon School and Downtown Banstead. Originally, the plan was intended to be partially funded by contributions from Section 106 developers collected as part of the De Burgh development, which is no longer possible due to a change in national rules. Section 106 (S106) Agreements are legally binding planning obligations between a municipality and a developer. They are developed in accordance with Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act of 1990 and provide the mechanism for ensuring measures to make acceptable the effects of the proposed construction that would otherwise have been rejected.