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Impact assessments

This page lists all impact assessments published on the planning, building and the environment site. Regulatory impact assessments (RIAs) identify the costs and benefits of a policy proposal and the risks of not acting. They are intended to inform the policy decision making process and communicate clearly the objectives, options, costs, benefits and risks of proposals to the public to increase the transparency of the process.

Community Infrastructure Levy: Impact assessment

The Impact Assessment for CIL will be a new charge which local authorities in England and Wales will be empowered, but not required, to charge on most types of development.

Summary

Part 11 of the Planning Act 2008 establishes the legislative framework for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Impact Assessment for CIL is attached below. CIL will be a new charge which local authorities in England and Wales will be empowered, but not required, to charge on most types of development. CIL is a flexible instrument to help local authorities to unlock development in their areas. CIL charges will be based on simple formulae which relate the charge to the size and character of the development paying it, with the proceeds to be spent on infrastructure to support the development of the area.

 


Community Infrastructure Levy: Impact assessment


 

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