The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) allows authorities to raise funding for new infrastructure by levying a charge on new development within their area. CIL will be an important tool for the Council for funding and delivering critical infrastructure for future development in the Borough to meet local needs.
- Introduction to Community Infrastructure Levy Along with many Local Authorities across the country, the Council is intending to introduce a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).
- CIL Implementation The Council implemented CIL on the 1st August 2016. Any applications determined on or after this date may be subject to a CIL charge.
- CIL Liable Development Find out if your development will be liable to pay CIL
- The CIL process The forms you need to submit and when to submit them
- CIL Charging Find out about our charging rates and your potential CIL liability
- CIL Expenditure How CIL is apportioned and what we are planning to spend it on. Our annual CIL reports can also be found in this section
- Penalties and Surcharges Penalties, Surcharges and other enforcement action that may be taken against persons who fail to follow the CIL process correctly. These actions are taken to ensure that authorities do not suffer financially by having to carry out additional tasks
- CIL Examination Following the Examination into the Council’s Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Schedule in May 2015, the Council has received the CIL Inspector’s report.
- Useful Links Whilst most of the advice available is aimed at local authorities and developers, the links on this webpage provide some useful and concise guidance including frequently asked questions.