The building permit issued by the North York Moors National Park Authority is accompanied by a legal agreement between the Authority and the developer, which provides for a series of mitigation and compensation measures to offset the impact of the mine on the environment and tourism. The agreed measures include an annual contribution to the financing of landscape and environmental work; funding for a major forest planting programme to meet the Authority`s CO2 offsetting requirements; Funding for tourism promotion and; put in place financial security measures to ensure that funds are available to restore construction areas at any time during construction or operation and to guarantee reductions and compensations for a period of ten years. There are other legal agreements between the developer and North Yorkshire County Council and Redcar-Cleveland Borough Council to safeguard things like the extension of off-site highways, additional services on the esk Valley railway and measures to promote natural, technological, engineering and math materials in schools and local employment opportunities. Work is underway to meet the requirements of legal agreements and further updates on progress are being updated on these pages. North Yorkshire County Council Section 106 Agreement DrainsAid offers a very competitive end-to-end service that provides section 106 channel connections that deal with all aspects of the work, from application to connection. North York Moors National Park Authority Section 106 Agreement Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council Section 106 Accord The next time you need to agree on a link, call DrainsAid and we will advise you on the cheapest solution and will give you a non-binding offer.