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Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

Rushcliffe Borough Council submitted its Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Draft Revised Charging Schedule for public examination, in accordance with Section 212 of the Planning Act 2008 (as amended) and regulation 19 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended).

All updates about the CIL examination process, timetable and available information will be made available via this page.

Contact Details

The Programme Officer is Carole Crookes (Independent Programme Officer Solutions) who is responsible for assisting the Examiner with all aspects of the examination administration. The Programme Officer is independent of the Borough Council. All communications for the Examiner should be sent to the Programme Officer:

Post: 9 Chestnut Walk, Silcoates Park, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF2 0TX

Telephone: 07397 909822

Email: rushcliffe@iposolutions.online

Key Information

 Terry Kemmann-Lane JP Dip TP FRTPI MCMI has been appointed to undertake the examination in pubic of the CIL.

Electronic versions of the CIL and background documents submitted are available further down this page in the ‘Submission and Background Documents’ section.

Paper copies of the submission documents are also available to view at Rushcliffe Community Contact Centre, Rectory Road, West Bridgford, NG2 6BU.

Electronic versions of the CIL examination documents (documents published after submission) are also available further down this page in the ‘Examination Library’ section.

Examination News and Updates

19 February 2019: This is notification that the hearings into the Rushcliffe Community Infrastructure Levy will start at 10.00am on Wednesday 20 March 2019 at Rushcliffe Borough Council's offices - Rushcliffe Arena, Rugby Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, NG2 7YG

19 February 2019: The Council submitted their full response to the Examiner's question EQ2

4 February 2019: The Council has responded to the Examiner's questions with a response to question EQ1, response to question EQ2 , amended draft charging schedule and a map of residential charging zones

18 January 2019: The Examiner has raised two separate questions with the Council - EQ1and EQ2

17 January 2019: The hearing for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Draft Revised Charging Schedule will be held on Wednesday 20 March 2019 at Rushcliffe Borough Council's offices - Rushcliffe Arena, Rugby Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, NG2 7YG. Further details will be provided nearer the time.

9 January 2019: A letter of introduction was sent to everyone who made written representations as part of the consultation of the Draft CIL Charging Schedule (14 September – 26 October 2018).

Examination Library

Examiner's Documents

Doc refKey evidence and supporting documentationDate addedAuthor
CIL/EX/01 CIL Introductory Letter 9 January 2019 9 Jan 2019 Inspector
CIL/EX/02 Rushcliffe Examiner Questions - EQ1  18 Jan 2019 Inspector
CIL/EX/03 CIL/EX/03 Examiner Question – EQ2   18 Jan 2019 Inspector

 

Council's Documents

Doc refKey evidence and supporting documentationDate addedAuthor
CIL/RBC/01 Council response to EQ2 (CIL/EX/03) 4 Feb 2019 RBC
CIL/RBC/02 Council response to EQ1 (CIL/EX/02) 4 Feb 2019 RBC
CIL/RBC/02a Amended draft charging schedule 4 Feb 2019 RBC
CIL/RBC/02b Map of residential charging zones 4 Feb 2019 RBC
CIL/RBC/03 Council's full response to EQ2 19 Feb 2019 RBC

 

Submission and Background Documents

Submission Documents

CIL01 Rushcliffe_CIL Draft Charging Schedule

CIL02 CIL and Plan Wide Viability Study (May 2018)

CIL03 Regulation 19 statement

CIL04 Greater Nottingham Infrastructure Delivery Plan (Revisions for the purposes of Rushcliffe Borough Council)

CIL05 Local Plan Part 2 Infrastructure Delivery Plan

CIL06 Representations received to draft charging schedule

Background Documents

CIL07 CIL Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule

CIL08 CIL Viability (Feb 2016)

CIL09 Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Consultation Responses

CIL10 Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Consultation Responses and RBC Responses