CIL Watch: Five things you need to know about new guidance on CIL and neighbourhood planning

New planning guidance on the community infrastructure levy and neighbourhood planning "encourages" councils to pass on higher levels of CIL funding to areas where coronavirus restrictions have prevented neighbourhood plans being adopted via a referendum.

by Ellie Kahn
Infrastructure for new housing (Pic: Getty)
Infrastructure for new housing (Pic: Getty)

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