Property update — November–December 2013: Community Infrastructure Levy
A draft of the latest set of amendments to the CIL Regulations 2010 has been laid before Parliament. Here is a list a few of the proposed changes.
Part 11 of the Planning Act 2008 provided for the imposition of a charge known as the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The CIL Regulations 2010 implemented the detail of the levy, and local authorities have been able (but not obliged) to impose CIL on certain developments in England and Wales since April 2010.
A draft of the proposed CIL (Amendments) Regulations 2014 has been laid before Parliament. They will come into force the day after they are finalised and made — most likely in January 2014. This is the fourth set of amendments to the 2010 regulations…
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