Stakeholder Engagement

CIL is a powerful new tool to raise funding for Infrastructure. A successful CIL system will need to address a range of competing interests including infrastructure providers, landowners and developers as well as local people who need new infrastructure to mitigate the impact of growth.

It will be important to engage with all these Stakeholders prior to examination and address the issues that are raised.

We have undertaken public consultation exercises and stakeholder events for CIL. We can advise on the statutory procedures and provide practical advice to deal with consultation responses and potential schedule modifications.


In the news...

“Stuart Andrews, head of planning at commercial law firm Eversheds, says: "The 2015 date should loom large in the minds of authorities because it's going to come round rapidly. Local authorities need to do an awful lot of groundwork to meet that deadline. Newark and Sherwood district council became the first local authority to put out a draft CIL charging schedule, setting the level of the tax, for consultation in December. Growth point manager, Adrian Kerrison, says the process from starting work to implementation is likely to take around a year.”

Mark Wilding, The Guardian

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