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Section 106


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Exacom’s new S106 Administrator module is now up and running and being used by several councils. Exacom have managed to bring CIL and Section 106 Planning Obligations together as a one stop obligation planning suite which in turn are controlled by the Exacom Corporate Project Module, the Project Module corporately monitors, reports, allocates and controls the spending all of the CIL and S106 funds. The module records all financial procedures and transactions, both incoming and outgoing, and according to the Heads of Terms detailed in the legal agreement. S106 income can be allocated to projects and / or budget headings and codes.

A full reporting library of templates enables any information recorded in the system to be reported upon with ease, and the alerts system can be programmed to in accordance with phases and trigger points in a legal agreement or any user defined linking, automatic notice production with a mail merge facility, separation of financial and physical obligations, a Document Management System, and a full research facility when linked to the Project Administrator module.


The product is web-based which means that it does not require any client software installed. It can be accessed using a number of popular browsers like Internet Explorer or Firefox.
Installed and run from within your organisation, or hosted from our secure servers.
Easy to use forms with a logical process to follow.
Fully managed by administrators in your organsation, internally or externally*.
Links to your current planning and finance software.
Generate notices like reminder, demand, payment receipt and discharge of covenant notices easily using a form.
Built in Document Management System to store all your documents.
Alerting facility.
Filter and Reporting with various output options.
Links directly to the Exacom Corporate Project Module.
Separates financial and non finical covenants.
Automatic indexation.
Car Free section.
Provides instant reporting on S106 data.