Guide Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

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11. Spending the Levy

Please note that the Council approved a revised Charging Schedule on Wednesday 21 October 2020.  Please also note that we will begin charging the amended rates in this Charging Schedule on all decisions made from Monday 1 February 2021. We will update these web pages in due course but if you have any questions in the meantime, please contact us.

The Council must specify what it intends to spend CIL receipts on in what is known as a ‘Regulation 123 List’.

CIL Regulation 123 restricts the use of planning obligations for infrastructure that will be funded in whole or in part by the Community Infrastructure Levy, to ensure there is no duplication between the types of developer contributions being sought towards the same project.

The table below shows how CIL receipts will be split:

CIL admin


Neighbourhood Proportion

Parish with Neighbourhood Plan 25% 

Parish without Neighbourhood Plan 15%


CIL 123 List

The remainder – 70-80%