Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) - Form 7: Self Build Exemption Claim Form Part 2
To be submitted within 6 months of completing the self build dwelling
Please note that `Completion' for the purposes of CIL exemption is defined as the issuing of a compliance certificate for this development issued
under either regulation 17 (completion certificates) of the Building Regulations 2010 or section 51 of the Building Act 1984 (final certificates).
Section A: Claiming Exemption - General Information
To be completed by the individual(s) claiming self build exemption.
What date was the compliance certificate issued (DD/MM/YYYY)?
(c) Council Tax certificate
(b) Title deeds of the property to which this exemption relates (freehold or leasehold)
-regulation 17 (completion certificates) of the Building Regulations 2010 or
-section 51 of the Building Act 1984 (final certificates)
(a) A compliance certificate for this development issued under either:
1. Please enclose a copy of all of the following items:
Please confirm below what evidence you are providing to support your claim for self build CIL exemption.
Section B: Submission of Evidence
If postal address/postcode not known, or original relief claim was submitted with reference to grid reference, please provide:
Please provide the full postal address of the application site:
Local authority planning application number:
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for guidance on CIL generally, including "relief from the Levy".See
Please complete the form using block capitals and black ink and send to the Charging Authority (or Collecting Authority if this differs from
the Charging Authority).
This form must be sent to the Charging/Collecting Authority within 6 months of the completion of the self build dwelling. The
applicant may otherwise be liable for the full levy charge.
Planning Practice Guidance for CIL