The CIL Review Panel’s long awaited report: A new approach to developer contributions was published in February 2017. A key recommendation is that the Government should replace the Community Infrastructure Levy with a hybrid system of a broad and low level Local Infrastructure Tariff (LIT) and Section 106 for larger developments.
We will have to wait a bit longer for the government’s response which is expected in Autumn 2017. We spoke to Roy Pinnock, Partner at Dentons about the review and potential reform of CIL. His view on CIL: tweak it don’t trash it.
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