Exclusive - Parishes handed only 1% of CIL collected by charging authorities

Town and parish councils have been passed just one per cent of Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) receipts from developments in their area since neighbourhood funding rules came into force, despite being promised up to 25 per cent by ministers, Planning can reveal.

by Jamie Carpenter
Lost levy: CIL from local developments has been slow to reach parish councils
Lost levy: CIL from local developments has been slow to reach parish councils

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