Selby District Council adopted its CIL charging schedule at meeting of its Full Council held on 3 December 2015. The levy will be adopted on 1 January 2015.
The preliminary draft charging schedule was published by Selby District Council for consultation from 14 January 2014 until 28 February 2014. Changes from the CIL preliminary draft charging schedule include that the preliminary draft charging schedule did not exclude apartment developments from the residential rates.
The preliminary draft charging schedule also included a rate of £10 per m2 for all other developments, excluding public and and institutional facilities.
The draft charging schedule was then published by the Council for a further round of consultation between 14 July 2015 and 18 September 2014. The draft charging schedule removed apartment developments and the £10 per m2 for "all other development".
The 2014 draft kept the two charging zones for residential development with rates of £45 and £25 per m2 from the preliminary draft.
Selby District Council withdrew their draft charging schedule on 30 January 2015. The Council then produced a statement of modifications to the draft which they made available for a public consultation that was held between 3 February 2015 and 3 March 2015. The statement of modifications split the residential charges in to three zones with rates of £50, £35 and £10 per m2.
Selby District Council had submitted its CIL draft charging schedule for examination on 29 April 2015. The draft charging schedule submitted by the Council incorporated the modifications that were consulted upon in February 2015. Examination hearings were then held on 12 August 2015.
The Examiner's report on was issued to Selby District Council on 3 September 2015. The report found that, provided minor modifications were made, the draft charging schedule would provide an appropriate basis for the collection of the levy in the district. The minor modifications were to clarify the definitions of supermarkets and retail warehouses.
Approved rates include:
- Three residential charging zones with rates of £50, £35 and £10 per m2.
- Supermarkets will be charged £110 per m2.
- Retail warehouses will be charged £60 per m2.
- No charge for all other uses.