The document proposes two charging zones for residential development. A charge of £275 per square metre would apply in a "higher band" zone covering Barnes, Kew, Richmond, St Margarets and part of Twickenham.
In the remainder of the borough, including Teddington, Hampton and Whitton, residential developments would be required to pay a levy of £210 per square metre.
The borough’s preliminary draft charging schedule also proposes a charge of £150 per square metre for convenience retail in all locations.
Comparison retail (stores selling goods which are not everyday essential items) developments would face a charge of £150 per square metre in Richmond town centre, but would not be required to pay CIL elsewhere in the borough.
Consultancy Roger Tym and Partners produced a viability study for the local authority.
The preliminary draft charging schedule is available here.