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What is the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)?

The Community Infrastructure Levy or CIL, allows local authorities in England and Wales to raise funds for a wide range of infrastructure needs created by new developments.

The three councils, who together developed and adopted the Joint Core Strategy, or JCS, for their combined area are now introducing their CILs.

LATEST NEWS - 16th October 2018

Tewkesbury Borough Council Adopts CIL Charging Schedule

At Council on the 15th October 2018 Tewkesbury Borough Council: Formally adopted their Charging Schedule and supporting policies; approved their Regulation 123 List for Publication; and set a date for commencement of 1st January 2019, in line with JCS partners. The adoption statement can be downloaded below.

It is important for those submitting planning applications, or those whose applications are yet to be determined, as now a commencement date is set any application that is defined as chargeable and has not yet been granted planning permission by the 31st December 2018 will become liable, even if already submitted, validated or successful subject to Section 106 agreements where permission has not yet been granted under delegated authority.

For more information on the CIL follow please visit the community infrastructure levy website.


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