Examiner warns borough over levy viability evidence

An examiner has warned a London council that the viability evidence it has put forward is 'insufficiently robust' to show that its proposed Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is set at a rate that will not put the overall development of the borough at risk.

by Jamie Carpenter
Southwark: examiner has issued his interim findings on development tariff (picture by Joshua Brown, Flickr)
Southwark: examiner has issued his interim findings on development tariff (picture by Joshua Brown, Flickr)

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