Developer has to pay Herts council extra £0.5m due to 'flagrant' CIL regulations breach

A developer will have to pay an additional £500,000 towards local infrastructure after a planning inspector concluded that the firm had made a "flagrant breach" of community infrastructure levy (CIL) regulations by starting work on a site without first notifying the local authority.

by Michael Donnelly
High Street, Bushey (pic: © Copyright Stephen McKay, Geograph)
High Street, Bushey (pic: © Copyright Stephen McKay, Geograph)

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