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Please note that the Adopted CIL Charging Schedule came into effect on 1 September 2016. Further information can be found on the CIL information pages.

The CIL Charging Schedule was adopted by Council on 20 April 2016 and came into effect on 1 September 2016. It sets out the charges for development in East Devon. These are reproduced below for ease of reference but please refer to the Adopted Charging Schedule itself for further detail including maps and explanation. We have also produced interactive maps for both the residential and retail charging zones:

Residential CIL charging zones interactive map

Retail CIL charging zones interactive map

In accordance with Section 213 (3B of the Planning Act 2008 (as amended) a Compliance Report has been produced setting out how the charging schedule was amended in light of the modifications recommended by the Examiner.

Residential development type

Axminster, Cranbrook ("existing" town), Exmouth, Honiton, Ottery St Mary, Seaton and edge of Exeter allocation sites (defined by new Built-up Area Boundaries and proposed Strategic Allocations): £80/m2.

Allocated Cranbrook expansion areas: £68/m2.

Sidmouth, Coast, and Rural (the rest of East Devon): £125/m2.

Retail development type

Inside Town Centre Shopping Areas (as defined in the New Local Plan): £0/m2.

Cranbrook (as defined by the "existing town" plus expansion areas): £0/m2.

Rest of East Devon: £150/m2.

All other Non Residential Uses

Inside Town Centre Shopping Areas (as defined in the New Local Plan): £0/m2.

Cranbrook (as defined by the "existing town" plus expansion areas): £0/m2.

Rest of East Devon: £0/m2.

Regulation 123 List

The Regulation 123 List sets out the infrastructure which money raised through CIL will be used to fund in whole or in part. Whilst CIL can also be spent on other infrastructure projects which are not identified on this list, it serves as a good guide as to what CIL money may be spent on. The local authority is not able to require planning obligations (S106 Agreements) towards any infrastructure on that list in addition to the CIL payment. "123" refers to the Regulation within the CIL Regulations which requires the list to be produced and does not mean it is a priority 1, 2, 3 list. The Infrastructure Delivery Plan (IDP) provides a guide to the specific projects that are required to deliver the Local Plan (only some of which will be fund in whole or part by CIL) and the priority for their delivery.