The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a new charging system that allows local planning authorities in Wales (and England) to raise funds from developers who are undertaking new building projects in their area.
The Community Infrastructure Levy applies to new floor space and charges are based on size and type of new development.
What will CIL money be spent on?
The funds raised will go towards infrastructure that is needed to support growth, such as schools and transport improvements.
The Council will be responsible for collecting the levy, co-ordinating the spending of the funds and reporting this to the community.
Further information and guidance on CIL can be found by viewing A Guide to CIL webpage.
If you require further assistance please contact:
Spatial Development Team,
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council
Regeneration and Planning
Tel: 01443 494745
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