CIL is set to be an important measure to allow Councils to ensure development can go ahead which benefits local communities. In the current constrained financial climate, the ability to fund physical, social, and community infrastructure is a critical issue for decision makers. Hand in hand with CIL will be the scaling back of the scope for planning obligations. After some earlier mixed messages the Government has now confirmed the retention of the CIL regime, with further refinements announced in the Localism Bill.
Chambers was pleased to host this conference covering:
An overview of the current CIL Regulations 2010 and anticipated changes after the Localism Bill Click here for slides by Michael Bedford
- How to establish a charging schedule and an evidence base Click here for slides by Jonathan Clay
- How to collect CIL (liability, timing, exemptions, and enforcement) Click here for slides by Harriet Townsend
- How to spend CIL (qualifying infrastructure, administrative costs, pump priming, and borrowing) Click here for slides by Alun Alesbury
- The relationship of CIL with s106 planning obligations Click here for slides by Jonathan Clay