Give your views on new levy on developers

Guildford Borough Council is asking for feedback on its proposals for how much developers will have to pay towards the cost of local infrastructure in the future.

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a new charge system which lets councils fund, provide, replace or maintain infrastructure (such as transport, schools, GPs surgeries and playgrounds) with funds raised from new developments with the council deciding how much has to be paid per square metre of development.

The consultation runs until 1 March 2015 so if you want to make your views heard then you can respond to the online survey here.

2 thoughts on “Give your views on new levy on developers

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  2. K3Cottage says:

    Raising levy law will only ever help you if your vassals already like you. As such, running high levy laws is not always a good idea. However, at these opinion numbers you’re unlikely to hurt any other aspect of your realm, so as long as you benefit levy-wise from raising levy law, you probably should. It should also be noted that due to the last step of Noble and Iqta obligations increasing levies by more than any other step, Max levies are usually the ideal point for maximizing feudal levies.

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