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The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010

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61.—(1) A charging authority may apply CIL to administrative expenses incurred by it in connection with CIL.

(2) A collecting authority which collects CIL on behalf of a charging authority may apply that CIL to administrative expenses incurred by it in connection with that collection.

(3) In relation to a charging authority which collects CIL charged by it—

(a)in years one to three, the total amount of CIL that may be applied to administrative expenses incurred during those three years, and any expenses incurred before the charging schedule was published, shall not exceed five per cent of CIL collected over the period of years one to three;

(b)in year four, and each subsequent year, the total amount of CIL that may be applied to administrative expenses incurred during that year shall not exceed five per cent of CIL collected in that year.

(4) In relation to a collecting authority which collects CIL on behalf of a charging authority—

(a)in years one to three the total amount of CIL that may be applied to administrative expenses incurred in connection with that collection during those three years, and any expenses incurred before the charging schedule was published, shall not exceed four per cent of CIL collected on behalf of the charging authority over the period of years one to three;

(b)in year four, and each subsequent year, the total amount of CIL that may be applied to administrative expenses incurred in connection with that collection during that year shall not exceed four per cent of CIL collected on behalf of the charging authority in that year.

(5) In relation to a charging authority which does not collect CIL charged by it—

(a)in years one to three the total amount of CIL that may be applied to administrative expenses incurred during those three years, and any expenses incurred before the charging schedule was published, shall not exceed the relevant percentage of CIL collected over the period of years one to three;

(b)in year four, and each subsequent year, the total amount of CIL that may be applied to administrative expenses incurred during that year shall not exceed the relevant percentage of CIL collected in that year.

(6) In paragraph (5) the relevant percentage is five per cent less any CIL which is applied by the collecting authority pursuant to paragraph (4).

(7) For the purposes of this regulation reference to CIL collected in a year includes the value of acquired land acquired by virtue of a land payment made in that year.

(8) In this regulation—

(a)year one begins on the date on which the charging authority’s first charging schedule takes effect(1) and ends at the end of the first subsequent full financial year;

(b)years two to four are the consecutive financial years that follow; and

(c)in relation to a collecting authority, the reference to a charging authority in this paragraph is a reference to the charging authority on behalf of whom CIL is collected.

(1)

See section 214 of the Planning Act 2008 and regulation 28.

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