CASTLE POINT COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY DRAFT CHARGING SCHEDULE REPRESENTATION PROCEDURE PLANNING ACT 2008 COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY REGULATIONS 2010 (AS AMENDED)Notice ID: MFN0633402
CASTLE POINT BOROUGH COUNCIL
CASTLE POINT COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY DRAFT CHARGING SCHEDULE REPRESENTATION PROCEDURE PLANNING ACT 2008 COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY REGULATIONS 2010 (AS AMENDED)
Castle Point Borough Council has published a Draft Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Schedule for the purposes of consultation pursuant to Regulation 16 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended). CIL is a locally set charge on new development which the Council has chosen to introduce. It is charged based on the size and type of new development proposed, and once set is mandatory to pay and non-negotiable. The funds raised through CIL will be used to provide infrastructure in the local area to address the impacts of growth. The CIL Charging Schedule sets out the proposed levy rates for different types of development within different parts of Castle Point.
Consultation on the CIL Draft Charging Schedule begins on Wednesday 3rd November 2021 and ends at 5pm on Friday 3rd December 2021. All responses to the consultation must be -eceived by the Council no later than 5pm on Friday 3rd December 2021. During this time, any person or organisation may make representations.
The Draft Charging Schedule and associated evidence base documents are available to view online at:
These documents are also available at the Council Offices: Castle Point Borough Council, Kiln Road, Thundersley, Essex, SS7 1TF Monday to Friday 09:00-16:00.
Representations may be made electronically or in writing.
Anyone wishing to make a representation is encouraged to use the CIL Draft Charging Schedule Consultation Response Form available to download from the Council's website, or to collect from the Council Offices during those times set out above. Representations can be:
Posted: Planning Policy, Castle Point Borough Council, Kiln Road, Thundersley, Essex, SS7 1TF.
Following this consultation, the Council will take a decision on whether to submit the Draft CIL Charging Schedule for independent examination. Therefore, in making a representation on the Draft CIL Charging Schedule, you may request the right to be heard by the examiner. You may also request to be notified when the Draft CIL Charging Schedule is submitted to the examiner, the recommendations of the examiner are published and when the Charging Schedule is approved by the Council for use. Representations made in respect of this consultation will be published on the Council's website alongside your name and, where applicable your organisation. Your address, signature and contact details will not be made available. Your consultation response will be stored on a database used solely for the purpose of preparing the CIL Charging Schedule and will be retained in accordance with the Council's Document Retention Policy. For any further information about the Community Infrastructure Levy please email