Community Infrastructure Levy- More Information

We won’t use community infrastructure as the sole source of funding for securing infrastructure. It will be used as the way of pooling contributions, because in April 2015 the Government will be limiting the extent to which S106 agreements can be used to pool funds. However, S106 planning obligations will still be used for site specific infrastructure and to provide affordable housing.

The levy is charged in pounds per square metre on the net increase in floorspace. Developments will be liable for the community infrastructure levy if they involve:

  • developments of 100sqm or more additional gross internal floorspace
  • the creation of one dwelling (even when that is below 100sqm).

The provision of affordable housing and houses, flats, residential annexes and extensions that are built by self-builders do not pay the levy.

For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about CIL at Vale of White Horse see our FAQs (403.3 KB) PDF . Further guidance on CIL in general is available from the Planning Portal Planning Portal This link will take you to an external website...

Last reviewed: 22 - 07 - 2015

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