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The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010

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65.—(1) The collecting authority must issue a liability notice as soon as practicable after the day on which a planning permission first permits development.

(2) A liability notice must—

(a)be issued on a form published by the Secretary of State (or a form to substantially the same effect);

(b)include a description of the chargeable development;

(c)state the date on which it was issued;

(d)state the chargeable amount;

(e)state the amount of any charitable relief or relief for exceptional circumstances granted in respect of the chargeable development;

(f)where social housing relief has been granted in respect of the chargeable development, state—

(i)the particulars of each person benefiting from the relief, and

(ii)for each of those persons, the amount of relief from which the person benefits; and

(g)contain the other information specified in the form.

(3) The collecting authority must serve the liability notice on—

(a)the relevant person;

(b)if a person has assumed liability to pay CIL in respect of the chargeable development, that person; and

(c)each person known to the authority as an owner of the relevant land.

(4) The collecting authority must issue a revised liability notice in respect of a chargeable development if the chargeable amount or any of the particulars mentioned in paragraph (2)(e) or (f) change (whether on appeal or otherwise).

(5) A collecting authority may at any time issue a revised liability notice in respect of a chargeable development.

(6) A liability notice issued in accordance with paragraph (4) or (5) must be served in accordance with paragraph (3).

(7) A collecting authority may withdraw a liability notice issued by it by giving notice to that effect in writing to the persons on whom it was served.

(8) Where a collecting authority issues a liability notice any earlier liability notice issued by it in respect of the same chargeable development ceases to have effect.

(9) A liability notice issued in respect of a chargeable development ceases to have effect if liability to CIL would no longer arise in respect of that chargeable development.

(10) Subject to paragraph (11), a liability notice issued in respect of a chargeable development ceases to have effect once all outstanding amounts due in respect of that chargeable development have been paid to the collecting authority.

(11) A liability notice issued in respect of a chargeable development ceases to have effect at the end of the clawback period if—

(a)charitable or social housing relief has been granted in respect of that chargeable development; and

(b)no disqualifying event occurs before the end of the clawback period.

(12) In this regulation “relevant person” means—

(a)in the case of a general consent, the person who has submitted a notice of chargeable development;

(b)in the case of planning permission granted subject to a condition requiring that further approval is obtained before commencing development, the person who has applied for that approval;

(c)in all other cases, the person who applied for planning permission.

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