Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

The Community Infrastructure Levy is a statutory charge which local authorities in England and Wales can place on developers to help fund infrastructure needed to support new development in their areas.

It is based on formula relating to the type and size of development and is collected when planning permissions for new developments are implemented.

Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule consultation

The consultation on the Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule ran from Monday 23 February until Friday 10 April 2015. This can be downloaded below:

CIL Draft Charging Schedule consultation

From August 16 2018 to October 1 2018 we carried out our Draft Charging Schedule for public consultation.The Draft Charging Schedule and the supporting documents (including relevant evidence) can be found on the consultation page below.

The consultation has now ended.

View information on the CIL Draft Charging Schedule consultation

Havering Community Infrastructure Levy Examination - Update November 2018

The Council has submitted its Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) for an independent Examination.

The documents that the Council has submitted are attached.

The independent Examination will be undertaken by an Examiner.

The Examiner will consider the CIL documents and their preparation and the comments that have been made by third parties (individuals and organisations).

The Examiner may arrange a hearing for the purposes of discussing with third parties what they have said about the CIL. If the Examiner decides to hold a hearing this page will be updated with the details and third parties will be advised.

After he has considered the CIL, the Examiner will then tell the Council if the CIL can be adopted as it was submitted or with modifications that he will recommend.

The Council is planning to adopt the Havering Community Infrastructure Levy in July 2019 and it will become effective after that.

Examiner’s report on the Draft Charging Schedule received – Update as at June 2019

Following its submission for independent review in early 2019 and the subsequent public consultation on modifications recommended by the Examiner, the Council has now received the report from the Examiner.

The Examiner has approved the Havering Community Infrastructure Levy subject to his recommended modifications.

In line with the regulations, the Council will place copies of the Examiner’s report at all Havering libraries and in the Public Advice and Service Centre (PASC) in The Liberty in Romford. Earlier versions of the Havering Community Infrastructure Levy documents were lodged at these locations as part of the public consultation.

The Council is also publishing the Examiner’s report on the Council website. 

The Examiner’s report includes a non-technical summary (page 1) and his overall conclusions for his reasons and recommendations are set out in paragraphs 40 and 42 (page 9).

The Council will also notify parties who it updates about its plan preparation work and those who have been involved in the preparation of the Community Infrastructure Levy previously.

The CIL Examiner

The Examiner who will look at the CIL is :

Mr Terence Kemman-Lane

The Examiner will be assisted by a Programme Officer. The Programme Officer is :

Ms Charlotte Glancy

and she can be contacted at :

Havering CIL Examination
C/O Banks Solutions
80 Lavinia Way
East Preston
West Sussex
BN16 1DD

Tel: 01903 776601
M: +447519 628064

And at : bankssolutionsuk@gmail.com 

Copies of the CIL documents that have been submitted for Examination will be available for inspection at:

  • The Public Advice and Service Centre (PASC), 20-26 The Liberty, Romford, Essex RM1 3RL
  • At all public libraries in the Borough during their regular opening hours

If further information is required about this stage of the CIL process then please contact ;

Martyn Thomas of Havering Council at telephone number : 01708 432845 and martyn.thomas@havering.gov.uk

Core documents

Supporting documents

Examination documents

Havering Community Infrastructure Levy – Statement of Modifications published

A Statement of Modifications has been produced which sets out the modifications made to the Draft Charging Schedule since it was first published for consultation from 16th August to 1st October 2018, and the reasons for these modifications.

The Statement of Modifications can be found here

Copies of the Statement of Modifications can also be inspected at :

  • The Public Advice and Service Centre (PASC) at 20-26, The Liberty, Romford, Essex, RM1 3RL
  • All Havering Libraries during their normal opening hours

Anyone wishing to comment on the statement of modifications may ask to be heard by the Examiner, within four weeks of the Statement of Modifications being published.

Requests to be heard must include details of the modifications on which you wish to be heard (by reference to the Statement of Modifications.

Please note that the right to be heard at this stage applies only to the Statement of Modifications.

Comments and requests to be heard by the Examiner in relation to the Statement of Modifications must be made in writing within 4 weeks of the date of submission – 11.59pm on Wednesday April 24 2019.

and sent electronically to developmentplanning@havering.gov.uk

or in writing to:

The Development Planning Team
London Borough of Havering
Floor 5 Mercury House
Mercury Gardens
Romford
Essex
RM1 3SL

If you need any further information, please contact : Martyn Thomas at martyn.thomas@havering.gov.uk

CIL Funding

It can be used to fund a wide range of supporting infrastructure including:

  • roads and transport schemes
  • flood defences
  • schools and education facilities
  • sporting and recreational facilities; and
  • open space

The Community Infrastructure Levy effectively replaces the pooling of contributions from many developments operated through 'Section 106' agreements, which includes the Council's current Planning Obligations standard charge planning contributions system.

CIL and Financial contributions

It will give developers and their agents a clearer understanding of the financial contributions they are expected to make towards the delivery of community infrastructure needs and it will give the Council a simple process for the collection of these contributions.

n addition to the work which is already underway to establish the Council’s own CIL, the Council collects the London Mayoral CIL on his behalf. Further details on this are available here.

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