Community infrastructure levy
News and analysis on the development tariff that aims to raise cash for infrastructure to support growth
Latest CIL news
- Greater Manchester authorities revise retail levy rates
- Boles to give councils extra year to adopt infrastructure levy
- Kingston infrastructure levy proposals published
- Wokingham infrastructure levy rates unveiled
- London borough cuts proposed housing levy rates
- Leeds to begin infrastructure levy consultation
- Examiner vetoes council homes policy
- Greater Norwich housing charge too high, says examiner
- Examiner warns of levy risk to affordable housing provision
- City of London infrastructure levy proposals unveiled
- Draft regs say 'Boles bung' cash must support development
- North Herts infrastructure levy plans unveiled
- Berkeley Group chief casts doubt on financial incentives
- Council lowers infrastructure levy rates
- Planning levy exemption proposed for Skelmersdale
- Bexley infrastructure levy rates unveiled
- Sheffield City Council unveils infrastructure levy rates
- Moves round-up: Turley director appointed vice chair of CPO body
- Examiners back Elmbridge, Plymouth and Fareham CIL plans
- Three Rivers infrastructure levy rates unveiled
Want to know whether your local authority has published Community Infrastructure Levy proposals? Our new live table includes the latest details of councils' levy plans, including a breakdown of charges by development type.
CIL features & analysis
Planning minister Nick Boles has upped his campaign to make greenfield housebuilding acceptable.
Inaction could mean authorities miss out on an important source of infrastructure funding, says Jamie Carpenter
Arms-length regeneration and economic development bodies are closing all around the country. But the model is far from extinct, says David Marlow
More features & analysis from Planning
Rise of the sub-regional plan From this month, business-led Local Enterprise Partnerships will be given funding to draw up sub-regional growth plans. How will these fit into the planning system, asks John Geoghegan .
How We Did It: The first NPPF-compliant revised plan Mid Suffolk is the only local authority to have completed the revision of an adopted local plan to bring it into line with the NPPF. How did it do it so promptly, asks Ben Cook .
David Curtis - The planning negotiator The Homes and Communities Agency director is examining which planning gain deals are inhibiting housebuilding.
Policy patchwork By the end of this month, two regional strategies will have been revoked. But most remain in force. Ben Cook asks how the protracted abolition process has affected development.
Beacons of excellence The 45 judges involved in this year's Regeneration & Renewal Awards have chosen their 14 winners. Colin Marrs and Stuart Watson report on what made these schemes stand out.
Heseltine returns to the filing system Thirty years ago, Lord Heseltine accused planning of stifling growth. His new report argues that the problem remains, reports Richard Garlick .
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- DC Planner Randstad £17 - £22 per hour, London
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- Strategic Planner/ Scheduler Morgan Hunt £50000 - £65000 per annum + negotiable, please enquire, Middlesex
- Senior Planning Officer (Policy) Anders Elite £20 - £25 per hour, Abingdon
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