The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge that local authorities in England and Wales can require of most types of new development in their area (based on £ per sqm), in order to pay for the infrastructure needed to support development. CIL charges will be based on the size and type of the development proposed. Money raised from CIL will be used to help fund infrastructure projects within the District set out on the Regulation 123 list.
In order to simplify the processes involved in calculating, understanding and collecting CIL, the Council has produced the following hierarchy. The staged hierarchy does not include information on all relevant considerations and is provided as a guide only. The onus is upon the relevant parties to familiarise themselves with the requirements in full.
Further guidance on the processes involved in CIL can be found in the Council’s CIL Guidance for Applicants and Developer’s document, via the Planning Portal and on the Planning Policy webpages.
How we use your information
We will publish your information on our website to enable other agencies such as statutory and non-statutory consultees and individuals interested in viewing and/or commenting on the application. Your information may be used to enable responses to enquiries from other Council departments, where required by law e.g. land charges. We will redact signatures and private telephone numbers before publishing online and can remove your email address on request. For those customers commenting on planning applications we do need a postal address to enable fair consideration of comments.
Cannock Chase District Council is the data controller. You can find information about how we handle your personal information by visiting www.cannockchasedc.gov.uk/privacynotices.
Last Updated: 24/10/2018