Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)
Surcharges will be applied as follows, and in accordance with the CIL Regulations 2010 (as amended):
|Surcharge for||Amount||CIL Regulation|
|Failure to assume liability, where no-one has assumed liability and chargeable development has commenced||£50 on each person liable to pay CIL||80|
|Apportionment of liability, where the Council is required to apportion liability for CIL between those with a material interest in the land||£500||81|
|Failure to submit Notice of Chargeable Development||20% of the chargeable amount or £2500, whichever is lower||82|
|Failure to submit a Commencement Notice||20% of the chargeable amount or £2500, whichever is lower||83|
|Failure to notify the Council of a disqualifying events||20% of the chargeable amount or £2500, whichever is lower||84|
|Late payment||5% of the outstanding chargeable amount or £200, whichever is greater||85|
|Failure to comply with an Information Notice||20% of the relevant amount or £1000, whichever is lower||86|
Regulations 87 and 88 provide details of interest which can be also charged upon late payments at an annual rate of 2.5 percentage points above the Bank of England base.
Failure to comply with the CIL requirements may trigger enforcement action by the Council. This can include the use of warning notices (warn development will need to stop), stop notices (to force development to stop) or even court action.
Page last updated: 04/05/2017