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Community Infrastructure Levy examination 2013

On 13 June 2013 we submitted (sent) our draft Community Infrastructure Levy charging schedule to the Planning Inspectorate for examination.

Inspector's recommendations - 22 July 2013

On 19 July 2013 we received the Inspector's report on our Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Schedule. The report recommends that the schedule should be approved as it is, without changes.
Read the Inspector's full report (PDF)
The recommendations will now be taken to the Cabinet on 19 September 2013 and to a meeting of the Full Council on Monday 30 September. They will be asked to approve and adopt the charging schedule.

If it is approved, we will start using the charging schedule after 30 September 2013. The date will be confirmed later.

 
 

What is the Community Infrastructure Levy?

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a payment made by a developer to the council per square metre of new floorspace.

The payment goes towards the cost of new infrastructure such as schools, transport links and open spaces to support new housing and jobs.


We asked the public about the CIL charges in a consultation which took place between the 19 December 2012 and 25 January 2013. No changes were made following the public consultation on the document.
 
 

Documents we sent for examination

Charging schedule and supporting documents

 

Comments we received on the draft charging schedule

Read all the comments we received on the draft charging schedule (ED5) (PDF) or choose a comment from the following list:

Further letters we received

EXAM 2: Request from the examination inspector for further information about our draft charging schedule and viability evidence (PDF)

Letters we sent

EXAM 3: Our response to questions asked by the inspector about our draft charging schedule and viability evidence (PDF)


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