In April 2010 a new way of collecting developer contributions to help fund infrastructure projects was introduced. The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) allows local authorities to charge a tariff, at a locally set rate, on many types of new development. The money can then be used to pay for a wide range of additional infrastructure that is required as a result of development. This can include transport schemes, green infrastructure, schools and community facilities.
Charging schedules were produced jointly by Broadland District Council, Norwich City Council and South Norfolk Council, working together with Norfolk County Council. Each of the district councils is the “Charging Authority” for their area.
Broadland District Council resolved to adopt CIL at its meeting on 9 May 2013 and has been implementing CIL since 1 July 2013. To find out more about the CIL in Broadland click here.
Norwich City Council resolved to adopt CIL at its meeting on 25 June 2013 and has been implementing CIL since 15 July 2013. To find out more about the CIL in Norwich click here.
South Norfolk Council resolved to adopt CIL at its meeting on 24 February 2014 and has been implementing CIL since 1 May 2014. Because South Norfolk Council adopted CIL later than both Broadland District Council and Norwich City Council it's current rates are slightly different. To find out more about the CIL in South Norfolk click here.
|2017 Rate||Norwich||Broadland||South Norfolk*|
|Flats of 5 Storey +||£82.99||-||-|
|All Other Retail||£31.92||£31.92||£30.17|
* Indicative figures only; please refer to guidance on SNC website above for more details.
To find out more about how CIL was adopted in Broadland, Norwich and South Norfolk please visit the CIL stages page here.