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Community Infrastructure Levy / Section 106

These pages explain what the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is, how it operates and how the funds raised are spent. CIL is a tool for local authorities in England and Wales to help fund and deliver infrastructure to support the development of the area.

Within the South Downs National Park you may need to pay the levy if you are undertaking a development which creates new residential or large format retail floor space. Residential development includes extensions, annexes and holiday lets. There are a number of exclusions, exemptions and reliefs from the levy that may be available. Please contact us at or 01730 814810 for all CIL related enquiries.