CIL - The lessons learned so far

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Presentation and discussion on

‘CIL - The lessons learned so far’

This is a collaborative event with RIBA Cornwall and Cornwall Council

18th October Pydar House, Truro

The Cornwall Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Schedule came into effect on 1 January 2019. This means that any development granted permission after this date may be liable to pay the levy.

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) allows local authorities to raise funds from new building projects undertaken in their area, and is governed by the CIL Regulations 2010 (as amended). CIL is charged as a fixed rate per square metre of new floor space created, and the money raised can be used to help fund a wide range of infrastructure that is needed to support development. CIL Charging Authorities are required to publish a ‘Regulation 123 List’ which distinguishes between what CIL may be spent on and what other developer contributions will continue to be sought for.

A development is liable for CIL if it:

  • creates a new dwelling of any size; or
  • creates over 100sqm of gross internal floorspace (new build, and before making deductions for existing floorspace that is to be demolished); and
  • involves new buildings or floorspace into which people normally go.

Please contact claire.bower@riba.org if you require any further information.





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TR1 1XU

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