The case is relevant to “planning agreements” in the United Kingdom under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The latter was created by the Community Infrastructure Tax Regulation 2010, in accordance with Section 205 of the Planning Act 2008, purportedly to resolve the “Section 106 Agreements”, when this was not yet the case. Under Highway 1978, or 278, road authorities can reach an agreement with a third party if they have made sure: the document is written by the lawyer of the local road authority and issued to the developer`s lawyer in the form of a project. The details of the agreement will then be agreed before the final document is finalized and signed by both parties before the start of field work. Conditions for the person to pay all or part of the cost of the work that can be fixed or fixed in accordance with the agreement. “As a promoter, you can make available to the local authority or another agency, under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 or similar agreements, many other types of goods and services, free of charge or for a nominal fee… From time to time, individuals and businesses applying for building permits must enter into agreements with the municipality to carry out work on the highway in order to meet the new construction. This can be done where the development is for a new building or even for a change of use. These motorway agreements may require minor work, such as the construction of a transportation island or the construction and adoption of new public highways, and are carried out in accordance with Sections 278 and 38 of Highway 1980. In Birmingham, we normally use s278 agreements to allow designers to employ a contractor in road construction and for that contractor to work on the existing public highway, as we, the motorway authority, would carry out work. The proponent is responsible for all aspects of the public highway work, from planning to monitoring the construction and ensuring that the work is completed to our satisfaction. Since the AAH cannot claim VAT refund under Article 41(3) of the VAT Act 1994, one of the conditions of the Article 278 agreement is that the contributions received contain an irrecreative VAT.