Government updates CIL guidance to give councils more flexibility when setting rates

Councils should take into account uplifts in land value generated by planning permissions when setting Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) rates and consider bespoke charges for large-scale sites, according to updated planning practice guidance.

by Mark Wilding
A playground in Sutton. Image: Flickr / Tony Monblat
A playground in Sutton. Image: Flickr / Tony Monblat

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