CIL Watch: Number of levies approved in 2020 equalled previous year’s record low

The number of community infrastructure levy (CIL) charging schedules being approved at examination last year remained at its lowest level since the year in which the first levy schedules were examined, according to analysis by Planning.

by Mark Wilding
Brighton and Hove: One of only six CIL schedules approved last year (pic: Getty)
Brighton and Hove: One of only six CIL schedules approved last year (pic: Getty)

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