The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge on most types of new developments:
- Development over 100 square metres (gross internal area)
- One or more new dwelling of any floorspace.
Funds raised from CIL can help to pay for local infrastructure projects that are needed to support new developments, such as schools, health services, leisure, open spaces and transport improvements.
The Council adopted the CIL Charging Schedule on 27 September 2023 at Ordinary Council, with an effective date of 15 January 2024.
This means that from that date, the Council will become a “CIL Charging Authority” and any CIL liable development proposals that are granted planning permission on or after that date will be liable to pay the levy.
The Charging Schedule and Instalments Policy can be found in the links below:
View the Charging Schedule and Instalment Policy here.
Find information on the Examination of the Draft CIL Charging Schedule, including the Examiners Report.
A detailed description of each stage of the CIL process and forms required.
A detailed description of each stage of the CIL process concerning Prior Approval / Permitted Development.
Guidance on how CIL is calculated.
How and when you can appeal a CIL charge.
How to apply and who is eligible.
Details of surcharges, and when we would apply them.
This page is currently being developed to present further details regarding the CIL process, and how CIL will impact on the use of Section 106 Agreements.
In the meantime, please refer to the following links for further guidance and details regarding CIL:
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