Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

Information about the Community Infrastructure Levy

What is a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)?

A Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge on new developments, which the council is considering introducing. The money raised will help to pay for infrastructure needed as a result of new development within the East Riding. This could include school buildings, green space, flood defences, and transport improvements.

A CIL may be payable on certain developments such as new houses or flats of any size, unless it is built by a ‘self-builder’. A self-builder is where an individual buys a plot of land on which to build their own home.

A CIL will also be payable on other developments that create net additional floor space and where the gross internal area exceeds 100 square metres. This includes developments permitted by a ‘general consent’ including permitted development, which are specific types of building works that don’t require formal planning permission.

What is the latest stage in preparing a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)?

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Draft Charging Schedule has been published for public consultation.

The Draft Charging Schedule consultation document outlines the proposed CIL charges that will be applied to new residential floorspace in certain parts of the East Riding. In addition, it identifies that a charge would also be applied to new retail warehouse development over 500sqm in size. No charges are proposed for other uses.

The Council has also published evidence to inform the introduction of CIL in the East Riding of Yorkshire. This includes a CIL Infrastructure Projects Document and addendum to the CIL Viability Study. These supplement the existing Viability Study, East Riding Infrastructure Study and Delivery Plan.

The Draft Charging Schedule, Statement of Representations Procedure, Response Form and other background or related information are available to view below:

Draft Charging schedule (pdf 4.4mb)

Statement of Representations Procedure (pdf 101kb)

CIL Infrastructure Projects Document (pdf 4.9mb)

Addendum to the CIL Viability Study (pdf 6.1mb)

Evidence of past delivery of Section 106 agreements Background Paper (pdf 1.7mb)

Statement of Compliance with Legislative Requirements (pdf 296kb)

All responses to the March 2017 consultation are available to view on the councils website and will be sent to the Independent Examiner.

CIL Draft Charging Schedule Consultation Responses (pdf 9mb)

How can I respond or comment on the draft charging schedule consultation?

The draft charging schedule consultation has now closed. Queries relating to the draft charging schedule can be emailed to forward.planning@eastriding.gov.uk or posted to Forward Planning, County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 9BA. You can use the response forms below to submit your comments.

What are the previous stages in preparing a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)?

A Preliminary Draft CIL Charging Schedule was published for public consultation ending on Friday 13 May 2016.

The Preliminary Draft CIL Charging Schedule consultation document sets out the proposed charges that will be applied to new residential floorspace across different parts of the East Riding. In addition, it identifies that a charge would also be applied to new retail warehouse development. No charges are proposed for any other uses.

The Preliminary Draft CIL Charging Schedule, CIL Viability Study, and responses from the consultation, are all available to download below:

Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule (pdf 3mb)

CIL Viability Study (pdf 8.7mb)

Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule 2016 consultation responses (pdf 5.4mb)

How can I find out further information?

For more information please contact the Forward Planning team:

Email: forward.planning@eastriding.gov.uk

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