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Guide Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

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6. CIL charging schedule revision

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a tool to help deliver infrastructure to support development.  CIL is payable on development that creates net additional floor space, expressed as pounds per square metre.  The rate of CIL is set in a "charging schedule".

Following receipt of the Examiner's Report the Council adopted its current CIL Charging Schedule in 2016.  We have been charging CIL on new development approved since 1 September 2016.  At the time of adopting the Charging Schedule, we made clear that an early review would be required to reflect the (emerging) Cranbrook Plan and latest information on development costs and values in East Devon.

Submission

The Community Infrastructure Levy Draft Charging Schedule was submitted to the Planning Inspectorate for examination on 29 October 2019.  The following documents were submitted to the Planning Inspectorate (reference numbers are also shown):

CIL1 - Draft Charging Schedule consultation document
CIL2 - Draft Charging Schedule Statement of the representations procedure
CIL3 - Draft Charging Schedule Consultation Statement - Submission Version
CIL4a - CIL Review and Cranbrook DPD Viability Study and
CIL4b - Annexes
CIL5 - East Devon Local Plan 2013 to 2031
CIL6 - East Devon Villages Plan
CIL7 - East Devon Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Schedule (adopted 2016)
CIL8 - East Devon Infrastructure Delivery Plan review
CIL9 - The Cranbrook Plan 2013-2031 Submission draft
CIL10 - Cranbrook Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2013-2031
CIL11 - Instalment Policy
CIL12 - Payment in Kind policy

The representations received on the Draft Charging Schedule have also been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate (representation number also shown):

001 - South West Water
002 - Cranbrook Town Council
003 - Highways England
004 - Chardstock Parish Council
005 - Natural England
006 - Sport England
007 - Theatres Trust
008 - Bell Cornwell on behalf of Cranbrook LVA LLP
009 - Seaton Town Council
010 - Lichfields on behalf of Bourne Leisure
011 - Exmouth Town Planning Committee
012 - Savills on behalf of Taylor Wimpey
013 - PCL Planning for Waddeton Park Ltd
014 - David Lock Associates on behalf of East Devon New Community Partners (EDNCp)
015 - Boyer Planning on behalf of Mr D and Mrs J Pyle
016 - Persimmon Homes SW
017 - Devon County Council
018 - Rapleys on behalf of The Crown Estate

These documents are available for inspection at the District Council Office in Honiton, shown on this page under 'contact this service'.

Draft Charging Schedule

Following public consultation on the Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule (see below), consultation on a Draft Charging Schedule consultation document took place from Wednesday 21 August until Wednesday 2 October 2019.  The consultation document, relevant evidence, and representations have been submitted for examination, as explained above.

Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule

The initial stage in preparing a revised charging schedule involves consultation on a preliminary draft charging schedule.  The consultation period ran from Thursday 21 February until Friday 22 March 2019 and the comments received can be seen below:

Cllr V Ranger
Cranbrook Town Council
David Lock Associates on behalf of East Devon New Community Partners
Devon County Council
Dorset County Council
Equality and Human Rights Commission
Highways England
Lichfields on behalf of Bourne Leisure
Mr B Bailey
Natural England
Newton Poppleford and Harpford Parish Council
Persimmon Homes South West
South West Water
Sport England
Sturt and Company on behalf of Devonshire Homes and Land Value Alliance

Data Protection

Any personal information which you provide will be held and used by East Devon District Council for the purpose of preparing the Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Schedule and may inform other planning policy work. Your information may also be shared within East Devon District Council for the purposes of carrying out our lawful functions.  Otherwise your personal information will not be disclosed to anybody outside East Devon District Council without your permission, unless there is a lawful reason to do so, for example disclosure is necessary for crime prevention or detection purposes. Your information will be held securely and will not be retained for any longer than is necessary. There are a number of rights available to you in relation to our use of your personal information, depending on the reason for processing. Further detail about our use of your personal information can be found in the relevant Privacy Notice at: /media/2764835/planning-policy-consulting-on-our-cil-charging-schedule.pdf

Further detail about data protection more generally can be seen on our website.