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How can a planning obligation be varied?

I have instructions to vary a section 106 unilateral planning obligation but only in respect of the affordable housing element - can the deed of variation be entered into solely by the local planning authority and the owner of the land on which the affordable housing is to be built (that is, excluding the other parties to the original unilateral)?
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