CIL Watch: Mayoral levy collection period for Crossrail extended by ten years to cover project’s extra cost

The Department for Transport (DfT) has introduced new regulations to give the mayor of London ten more years to collect and apply his community infrastructure levy to cover the extra cost of the troubled Crossrail project.

by Ellie Kahn
The Elizabeth Line sign at Liverpool Street (Pic: Getty)
The Elizabeth Line sign at Liverpool Street (Pic: Getty)

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