The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a locally set charge on new development. It is levied on all new development, with certain exceptions.
We adopted a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) on 1st March 2016. The CIL Charging Schedule sets out the rates of CIL that apply to new developments in Rutland.
Further detailed information about CIL is contained in a CIL Background Paper.
CIL CON 29 Information
We have also adopted a Supplementary Planning Document on Planning Obligations to reflect the introduction of CIL and to explain how its policy on planning obligations will apply alongside CIL.
Further details of how CIL applies in relation to land charges may be viewed below:
CIL Annual Monitoring Report 2017
CIL Annual Monitoring Report 2018
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