Community Infrastructure Levy

The examiner's report for the CIL examination has now been received and can be viewed here.  A report was considered on this matter by the Full Council on 30th July 2015, when it was resolved that CIL would be introduced from 1st September 2015.


LPAs must apply indexing to their Charging Schedule to cover construction industry inflation.  This is applied at the beginning of the calendar year, so for 2018 the rates have been indexed using the formula contained in CIL regulation 40.  The indexed rates for 2018 are as follows:



Development type and location

CIL rate per m²

Residential development in Daventry town or on an urban extension.



Residential development in the rural areas that is above the affordable housing threshold (currently 5 units or more).


Residential development in the rural areas that is below the affordable housing threshold (currently less than 5 units).


Retail development in Daventry town centre retail zone



Retail development in all other places



All other development




More details and the documents can be viewed on the West Northamptonshire Joint Planning Unit website.


Frequently asked questions about the Levy and how it affects Developer and Householder applications can be found here.


The Charging Schedule can be viewed here.

The Regulation 123 list can be viewed here.

The Instalment Policy can be viewed here.

An Interpretative Note can be seen here.

A statement under section 213 (3b) of the 2008 Planning Act 2008 (as amended) can be seen here

S106 post CIL introduction v2  can be viewed here.

The Annual CIL Reports under regulation 62 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 can be viewed here.


CIL Guidance for Neighbourhoods and Parishes in Daventry District