CIL regulations 'may require legislative tweaks to ease impact of coronavirus on developers'

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) regulations are insufficiently flexible to operate in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and the government may have to legislate to ease the burden on 'suffering' developers, Planning has been told.

by Michael Donnelly
Infrastructure: warnings over 'inflexible' CIL regulations
Infrastructure: warnings over 'inflexible' CIL regulations

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