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Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) was introduced by the government in April 2010. It allows Local Authorities in England and Wales to raise funds from developers who are undertaking new building projects in their area. The money can be used to pay for a variety of infrastructure projects that are identified on our Infrastructure List previously known as Regulation 123 List.

The list can be found within our Annual Infrastructure Funding Statement.

Central Lancashire Community Infrastructure Levy - Draft Regulation 123 List

An independent examiner has told us that our CIL Charging Schedule provides a suitable basis for charging the levy and therefore South Ribble have now formally approved a Charging Schedule which sets out the rate at which CIL will be charged. The only developments that are potentially subject to the charge are residential (excluding apartments) and most forms of retail development.

Charging Schedule

Charging commenced from 1 September 2013 and any applications for the development types identified in the Charging Schedule that are determined after this date will be subject to the charge. Icon for pdf The final report can be found here. [365.68KB]

When you make a planning application to us it will be necessary to submit additional information to us to allow us to calculate your CIL liability.  Further information and all CIL forms are available here.

For background information and advice read the document  CIL advice for applicants which covers the process and how to calculate the CIL charge. This document should be read in conjunction with the CIL Charging Schedule.

The council also approved an instalments scheme, which you may be eligible for. 

Instalments Policy

Annual CIL Summary


2021

In accordance with Regulation 121C of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations 2010 as amended, South Ribble Borough Council is issuing this 'Annual CIL Rate Summary' effective from 1 January until 31 December 2021.

South Ribble Borough Council is a charging authority under the CIL Regulations. Its CIL Charging Schedule took effect on 30 September 2013. The BCIS Index applicable for the year 2013 is 234.

For planning permissions granted in the year 2021, the RICS CIL Index to be applied is 333.

The indexed CIL rates for 2021 within South Ribble are as follows:

Indexed CIL Rates for 2021

Development

CIL rate (£/m2)

Indexed CIL rate 2021 (£/m2)

Dwelling houses (excluding apartments)

£65

£92.50

Apartments

NIL

NIL

Convenience retail (excluding neighbourhood convenience stores)

£160

£227.69

Retail warehouse, retail parks, and neighbourhood convenience stores

£40

£56.92

Community uses

NIL

NIL

All other uses

NIL

NIL

 

2019-20


Icon for pdf 2019-20 Annual Funding statement [318.54KB]

Coronavirus (COVID-19)


The CIL officer will be working remotely until further notice. If you need to make contact, please email CIL@southribble.gov.uk. Please do not telephone at the current time.

If your development has been impacted by the pandemic and you are experiencing financial difficulties for reasons connected to the effects of Covid-19, please contact us by email at the earliest opportunity to discuss any options that may be available to assist you.

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