As we know, it is too easy to resort to an old model that has been modified or replaced in the meantime. Local authorities should take a pragmatic and proportionate approach to the implementation of the planning obligations set out in Section 106 during [the outbreak of the coronavirus]. There are different types of affordable housing, on a sliding scale relative to the market price, including: As mentioned above, Section 106 can be used to request funds from a developer where planning conditions cannot be. Extracting funds from a developer is one of the main uses of Section 106s: A developer promises to pay funds to the district/district council or borough council, depending on what the funds are (or to a unitary authority). The same applies to other planning agreements, such as motorway agreements provided for in section 278 of the Highways Act 1980: they should only be used where planning conditions cannot be. . . .