CIL Watch: Council’s new schedule hikes residential levies by up to three-fold

An Oxfordshire council has introduced a new community infrastructure levy (CIL) that increases its charge on new homes in some parts of the district by nearly 200 per cent.

by Mark Wilding
Vale of White Horse District Council offices (credit: Vale of White Horse District Council)
Vale of White Horse District Council offices (credit: Vale of White Horse District Council)

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