The Royal Borough of Greenwich Council has submitted its CIL draft charging schedule along with a statement of modifications for examination on 17 November 2014. The statement of modifications is available for public consultation until 15 December 2014.
Preposed modifications from the consultation draft include removing the restriction on only charging for conveniece type supermarket, superstore and retail warehouse developments.
The preliminary draft charging schedule was published by Greenwich Council for consultation between 30 September 2013 and 4 December 2013. The preliminary draft charging schedule had proposed to charge all C3 residential development. And the preliminary draft had proposed rates for all A use class retail developments with rates of £250 per m2 for large developments, £100 per m2 for medium developments and a nil rate for small developments.
The preliminary draft would not have charged offices, industrial and warewhouse, educational medical, and community facilities but it had preposed an "all other uses" charge of £10 per m2.
Greenwich Council then published its CIL draft charging schedule for consultation between 30 July 2014 and 11 September 2014.
The draft charging schedule clarified that extra care housing developments would not be charged. And the draft had simplified the retail rates so that only convenience based supermarket, superstore and retail warehouse developments would be charged. The draft also removed the "all other development" charge of £10 per m2.
Preprosed charges include:
- Residential developments will be charged £70 per m2.
- Extra care housing developments are exempt from the residential charge.
- Hotels will be charged £100 per m2.
- Student housing developments will be charged £65 per m2.
- Supermarket, superstore and retail warehouse developments will be charged £100 per m2.
- No charge for all other uses.