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Developing a Charging Schedule

It is important to establish what you want the Community Infrastructure Levy to deliver for your Authority. There will be significant policy implications to consider, particularly the integration of CIL with affordable housing delivery and the planning obligations system.

We have developed a structured methodology that will assist Authorities in determining the ‘Appropriate Balance’ between funding infrastructure and imposing a levy that must maintain the economic viability of development. We have outlined the principles in our services brochure – a step by step guide to developing a CIL system (Download to right or on the Home page).

We can provide a bespoke package of support services for CIL including Infrastructure assessment, evidence base collation, charging zone advice, viability appraisal, revenue projection and regulation compliance.

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In the news...

NCS team member, Adrian Kerrison has been identified as one of the ‘Eight Names to Watch in 2012’ by Planning Magazine :-

“Adrian Kerrison, Growth Point Manager at Newark and Sherwood District Council - On December 1, Newark and Sherwood District Council became the first local authority in the country to start charging the community infrastructure levy, the new method of raising contributions from developers to fund the infrastructure needed to service their developments. Expect to see Kerrison on a conference platform near you sometime in the near future.”
Richard Garlick, Editor Planning Magazine, 3 January 2012

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