Legal Report - Clear advice is essential for when the levy breaks

The community infrastructure levy (CIL) has been put forward as a replacement for the much-criticised proposal for a planning gain supplement. The charge may be imposed on landowners who seek to develop their estate.

by Oliver Goodwin, head of planning and environment and Jade Bale,a solicitor at Mishcon de Reya

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