Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)
In accordance with Regulation 19 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended), the documents submitted for examination are as follows:
The CIL Representation Library (564KB Portable Document Format - 16 July 2013 - PDF Help) (containing links to all the representations made in accordance with Regulation 17 of the afore-mentioned Regulations);
The following documents are included within the documentation above but links are provided below for ease of access:
The Infrastructure Delivery Plan also underpins the infrastructure evidence on the CIL.
Any queries relating or relevant to the CIL Examination should be directed to the Programme Officer, Miss Amanda Polley. Amanda's contact details are available on the Programme Officer webpage.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) was introduced by the Planning Act (2008) and is defined in the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended 2011, 2012 and 2013). These allow local authorities to levy a charge on new development to help pay for required and identified infrastructure.
East Devon District Council (EDDC) intends to adopt a CIL Charging Schedule in tandem with the New Local Plan in 2014 following examination later in 2013. This means that from adoption onwards, any 'CIL liable' development as identified in the Charging Schedule will need to pay a charge towards the Council to be spent on infrastructure around the district.
Setting the CIL must take into account viability. EDDC has commissioned Three Dragons Ltd and Peter Brett Associates to conduct a CIL viability assessment. By studying examples of existing and potential development sites and applying different charging rates, the viability assessment has been able to ensure that the charges set are low enough to be reasonable and affordable for the majority of developments, as well as being high enough to fund infrastructure projects at a reasonable rate.
CIL will be charged on a per m2 basis on developments as set out in the Charging Schedule. The money collected through CIL will then help to fund infrastructure identified in the "Regulation 123" list.
Page last updated on 17 January 2014