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Community Infrastructure Levy Report

By Trevor Haylett Charlwood Parish Council

Tuesday, 29 December 2020

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Charlwood Parish Council Contributor

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The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge that local authorities such as Mole Valley District Council can set on new developments. Its purpose is to raise funds for infrastructure needs in the area to support growth.

Fifteen per cent of Community Infrastructure Levy receipts collected on developments within a parish boundary are passed directly to parish councils, rising to 25% if a Neighbourhood Development Plan is in place. The portion assigned to parish councils is referred to as Neighbourhood CIL.

Regulation 62 (A) of the Community Infrastructure Levy (amendment) Regulations 2013 requires Charlwood Parish Council to issue a report for the financial year in which it receives CIL receipts. The report can be viewed by clicking here.

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Trevor Haylett

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Charlwood Sports & Community Centre, 43 The Street, Charlwood, Horley, Surrey, RH6 0BY

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