Two separate CIL charges will apply in the Legacy Corporation; the Mayor of London’s Community Infrastructure Levy (Mayoral CIL) which is intended to raise £300 million towards the delivery of Crossrail, and the Legacy Corporation’s CIL which is expected to come into effect in early 2015 and which is intended to fund infrastructure which will support the regeneration of the Legacy Corporation’s Area.
Mayoral CIL came into effect on 1 April 2012 and your development may currently be liable for Mayoral CIL charges. For more detailed information on the London Mayoral CIL, please visit Transport for London’s CIL webpage.
If your development is liable for Mayoral CIL, you will need to complete a CIL Additional Information form with your application before we can process it. More information can be found on the Planning Portal.
Legacy Corporation CIL
Previous Stage: Approval and publication of charging schedule
In accordance with Regulation 25 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended) the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Schedule was approved at a meeting of its Board on the 29 January 2015.
A copy of the board report recommending approval of the schedule, together with a copy of the charging schedule are available to view and download below:
- Development of the Legacy Corporation's Community Infrastructure Levy - Board Report January 2015
- Approved LLDC CIL Charging Schedule (Note - Schedule will come into effect on 6 April 2015)
The Legacy Corporation has also approved:
- An Infrastructure List under regulation 123 of the CIL regulations.
- Use of the Draft Planning Obligations SPD on an interim basis for negotiation of section 106 agreements when determining planning applications, until the SPD is updated and adopted following adoption of the Legacy Corporation Local Plan.
- An update to the Infrastructure Delivery Plan Project List. This identifies the infrastructure assessed as being required to support the development planned within the Legacy Corporation’s area:
As set out in the Charging Schedule, the Legacy Corporation follows the Mayor of London’s Instalment Policy.
The Charging Schedule was subject to independent examination.
The examiner recommended one modification to meet the statutory requirements, which was to substitute new maps in the Charging Schedule that meet the requirements of the Regulations. The specified modification does not alter the basis of the Legacy Corporation’s overall approach or the appropriate balance achieved.
The Examiner’s report is available to view and download below:
Previous Stage: Publication of the Examiner’s Recommendations and Reasons
In accordance with Regulation 23 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended) the London Legacy Development Corporation received the recommendations and reasons from the examiner on the 27 November 2014.
An electronic (PDF) version of the examiner’s report containing his recommendations and reasons is available below:
Alternatively hard copies of the report are available to inspect at the following locations, during normal office hours:
- London Legacy Development Corporation
1 Stratford Place,
- Tower Hamlets Town Hall,
5 Clove Crescent,
- Hackney Town Hall,
- Newham Town Hall,
1000 Dockside Road,
- Waltham Forest Town Hall,
The examiner’s report concludes that the London Legacy Development Corporation Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Schedule provides an appropriate basis for the collection of the levy in the area. The Legacy Corporation has sufficient evidence to support the schedule and can show that the levy is set at a level that will not put the overall development of the area at risk.
The examiner has recommended one modification to meet the statutory requirements. This can be summarised as follows:
- Substitute new maps in the Charging Schedule that meet the requirements of the Regulations.
The specified modification recommended in this report does not alter the basis of the Legacy Corporation’s overall approach or the appropriate balance achieved.
The Charging Schedule now needs to be approved by the Legacy Corporation Board before it comes into effect. The next Board meeting is currently scheduled for sometime in January 2015.
Previous Stage: CIL Examination
In accordance with Regulation 19 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended), the London Legacy Development Corporation submitted the London Legacy Development Corporation community infrastructure levy draft charging schedule (DCS) and associated information and documents to the Planning Inspectorate on 6 August 2014.
An independent examiner has been appointed. The examiner, Mike Moore, is responsible for carrying out the examination and any public hearings. A public hearing was due to be held on the 22nd October at the Legacy Corporation’s offices. However, all those parties who had earlier indicated that they would wish to be heard at the hearing have indicated that they no longer want to speak. On that basis the Examiner has decided that the hearing should be cancelled.
He will therefore conclude his examination based on the written representations submitted to date and any further statements that have been submitted in response to his main issues and in accordance with the timetable set out in the Briefing Note issued to all parties on 1st September 2014.
This webpage will be updated with any further statements as necessary. The webpage will also be updated with the examiners recommendations and reasons for those recommendations when they are submitted to the Legacy Corporation, as required by regulation 23 of the CIL Regulations 2010 (as amended).
ID-01 Letter to the Council from the Examiner
ID-02 Briefing Notes
ID-03 Main Issues and Questions
PO Letter of Introduction
LLDC-01 Response to Examiner's letter of 29 August 2014
LLDC-02 Response to Examiner's Procedural Questions for the Legacy Corporation
ID-04 Notice of Cancellation of Examination Hearings in Public
The Legacy Corporation has appointed a programme officer. The programme officer, Claire Jones-Hughes works directly with the examiner and is responsible for the administration of the examination including any public hearings. For information and correspondence about the examination please contact:
℅ 6 Brading Road
Further details of the examination will be published on this page once confirmed.
The DCS along with the key supporting documents that have been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate are available to view using the links below:
Draft Charging Schedule
Regulation 19 1b statement
Consultation feedback parts A, B, C and D
Viability study May 2013
Viability report December 2013
Infrastructure Delivery Plan
Statement summarising development of LLDC's CIL
Hackney Core Strategy
Hackney Wick Area Action Plan
Newham Core Strategy
Tower Hamlets Core Strategy
Fish Island Area Action Plan
Waltham Forest Core Strategy
London Thames Gateway Development Corporation POCBSR
LLDC Local Plan (publication version)
Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document
Draft Infrastructure List
Summary of comments on IDP from preliminary draft charging schedule
Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule
Summary of comments received on PDCS and LLDC response
Covering letter to planning inspectorate and table of documents being submitted
Copies of the DCS and supporting documents are available to inspect at the following locations, during normal office hours:
- London Legacy Development Corporation Office: Level 10, 1 Stratford Place, Montfichet Road, Stratford, E20 1EJ
- Tower Hamlets Town Hall, Mulberry Place, 5 Clove Crescent, E14 2BG
- Hackney Town Hall, Mare Street, E8 1EA
- Newham Town Hall, Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road, E16 2QU
- Waltham Forest Town Hall, Forest Road, Walthamstow, E17 4JF
Previous Stage: Draft Charging Schedule Consultation
On 30 April 2014 the Legacy Corporation Board agreed that the CIL Draft Charging Schedule, associated documents (Draft Infrastructure List, Draft Planning Obligations SPD) and evidence (Infrastructure Delivery Plan and Viability Study) be published for consultation.
The Legacy Corporation sought comments from any interested individuals or organisations. The consultation period ran for a six week period, from 27 May 2014 to 8 July 2014, representations had to be received during this period and before 5pm on 8 July.