Community Infrastructure Levy

  • Development land prices slip 0.4%

    The value of residential land in England and Wales typically slipped by 0.4% between April and June 2012, according to Knight Frank. The decline comes after a 1.3% rise in values last year, as land prices continue to  mirror the movement of UK house prices, which are down 0.3% since the start of 2012. The real estate firm is hopeful that constrained supply of development land, caused partly by backlogs and uncertainty in the planning system, will ...

    Posted at August 5, 2012 | By : | Categories : Farming,News | Comments Off on Development land prices slip 0.4%
  • Community Infrastructure Levy – your questions answered

    The CIL is a planning charge introduced in April 2010 that can be applied by Local Planning Authorities (LPAs) to development, to fund other infrastructure and community developments that the Council and local communities want.  The charge applies to England and Wales when the development starts and is paid by the developer. The amount of the charge is in most cases non-negotiable.  Some LPAs have prepared charging schedules setting out the amounts required for different types of ...

    Posted at April 3, 2012 | By : | Categories : News | Comments Off on Community Infrastructure Levy – your questions answered