CIL Watch: Sharp year-on-year fall in number of levies examined

The number of Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) charging schedules being approved at examination has fallen dramatically in the last four years, according to analysis by Planning.

by Mark Wilding
Canterbury: inspector backed city's CIL schedule in November (pic: Joao Alves, Flickr)
Canterbury: inspector backed city's CIL schedule in November (pic: Joao Alves, Flickr)

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