Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) - Determining whether a Development may be CIL Liable
Planning Application Additional Information Requirement form
Following the introduction of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) all applicants for full planning permission, including householder
applications and reserved matters following an outline planning permission, and applicants for lawful development certificates are
required to provide the following information. Please read the associated Guidance Notes before you complete the form. Notes on
the questions are provided at http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/uploads/1app/cil_guidance.pdf
Applicant or Agent Name:
1. Application Details
Planning Portal Reference
(if applicable):
Local authority planning application number
(if allocated):
Site Address:
Description of development:
Does the application relate to minor material changes to an existing planning permission (is it a Section 73 application)?
Please enter the application number:
Yes
No
If yes, please go to Question 3. If no, please continue to Question 2.
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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).
for guidance on CIL generally, including exemption or relief..See
http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/uploads/1app/cil_guidance.pdf
Planning Practice Guidance for CIL
3. Applications for Minor Material Changes to an Existing Planning Permission
2. Liability for CIL
Does your development include:
a) New build floorspace (including extensions and replacement) of 100 sq ms or above?
NoYes
b) Proposals for one or more new dwellings either through conversion or new build (except the conversion of a single dwelling house into
two or more separate dwellings)?
NoYes
c) None of the above
NoYes
If you answered yes to either a), or b) please go to Question 4.
If you answered yes to c), please go to 8. Declaration at the end of the form.
a) Does this application involve a change in the amount or use of new build floorspace, where the total floorspace, including that
previously granted planning permission, is over 100 sq m?
Yes No
b) Does this application involve a change in the amount of floorspace where one or more new dwellings are proposed, either through
conversion or new build (except the conversion of a single dwelling house into two or more separate dwellings)?
NoYes
If you answered yes to either a), or b) please go to Question 4.
If you answered no to both a) and b), please go to 8. Declaration at the end of the form.
4. Exemption or Relief
a) Is the site owned by a charity where the development will be wholly or mainly for charitable purposes, and the development will be
either occupied by or under the control of a charitable institution?
NoYes
b) Does the proposed development include affordable housing which qualifies for mandatory or discretionary Social Housing relief?
NoYes
If you answered yes to a) or b), please note that you will need to complete and have agreed CIL Form 2 -'Claiming Exemption or Relief', and
submitted a Commencement (of development) Notice to the Charging/Collecting Authority, which the Authority must receive prior to the
commencement of your development, in order to benefit from relief from the levy. You will also need to complete CIL Form 2 if you think
you are eligible for discretionary charitable relief, or exceptional circumstances relief, if this is available in your area. Please check the
Charging Authority's website for details. CIL Form 2 is available from
5. Reserved Matters Applications
Does this application relate to details or reserved matters pursuant to an application that was granted planning permission prior to the
introduction of the CIL charge in the relevant local authority area?
Please enter the application number:
No
Yes
If you answered yes, please go to 8. Declaration at the end of the form.
If you answered no, please continue to complete the form.
c) Do you wish to claim a self build exemption for a whole new home?
Yes No
If you have answered yes to c) please also complete a CIL Form 7- 'Self Build Exemption Claim Form: Part 1' available from
. Please note you will need to complete and have agreed CIL Form 7, and submitted a Commencement (of
development) Notice to the Charging/Collecting Authority, which the Authority must receive prior to the commencement of your
development, in order to benefit from relief from the levy.
d) Do you wish to claim a self build exemption for a residential annex or extension?
Yes No
If you have answered yes to d) please also complete either CIL Form 8 -'Self Build Residential Annex Exemption Claim Form' or CIL
Form 9 -'Self Build Extension Exemption Claim Form' available from . Please note you will need to
have completed and agreed either CIL Form 8 or 9, as appropriate, and submitted a Commencement (of development) Notice to the
Charging/Collecting Authority, which the Authority, if in respect of a residential annex, must receive prior to the commencement of your
development , in order to benefit from relief from the levy
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7. Existing Buildings
a) How many existing buildings on the site will be retained, demolished or partially demolished as part of the development proposed?
Number of buildings:
b) Please state for each existing building/part of an existing building that is to be retained or demolished, the gross internal floorspace
that is to be retained and/or demolished and whether all or part of each building has been in use for a continuous period of at least six
months within the past thirty six months. Any existing buildings into which people do not usually go or only go into intermittently for
the purposes of inspecting or maintaining plant or machinery, or which were granted temporary planning permission should not be
included here, but should be included in the table in question 7c).
Brief description of existing
building/part of existing
building to be retained or
demolished.
Gross
internal
area (sq
ms) to be
retained.
Proposed use of retained
floorspace.
Gross
internal area
(sq ms) to
be
demolished.
Was the building or part
of the building occupied
for its lawful use for 6
continuous months of
the 36 previous months
(excluding temporary
permissions)?
1 Yes No
2 Yes No
3 Yes No
4 Yes No
Total floorspace
Development type
(i) Existing gross internal
floorspace (square metres)
(ii) Gross internal floorspace
to be lost by change of use
or demolition (square
metres)
(iii) Total gross internal
floorspace proposed
(including change of use,
basements, and ancillary
buildings) (square metres)
(iv)Net additional gross
internal floorspace
following development
(square metres)
(iv) = (iii) - (ii)
Market Housing (if known)
Social Housing, including
shared ownership housing
(if known)
Total residential floorspace
Total non-residential
floorspace
Total floorspace
If yes, please complete the table in section 6c) below, providing the requested information, including the floorspace relating to new
dwellings, extensions, conversions, garages or any other buildings ancillary to residential use.
NoYes
a) Does your application involve new residential floorspace (including new dwellings, extensions, conversions/changes of use, garages,
basements or any other buildings ancillary to residential use)?
6. Proposed New Floorspace
N.B. conversion of a single dwelling house into two or more separate dwellings (without extending them) is NOT liable for CIL. If this is the
sole purpose of your development proposal, answer ‘no’ to Question 2b and go straight to the declaration at Question 8.
b) Does your application involve new non-residential floorspace?
NoYes
If yes, please complete the table in section 6c) below, using the information provided for Question 18 on your planning application form.
c) Proposed floorspace:
When was the building
last occupied for its
lawful use? Pleaseenter
the date (dd/mm/yyyy)
or tick still in use.
Date:
or
Still in use:
Date:
or
Still in use:
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Date:
or
Still in use:
Date:
or
Still in use:
7. Existing Buildings continued
c) Does your proposal include the retention, demolition or partial demolition of any whole buildings into which people do not
usually go or only go into intermittently for the purposes of inspecting or maintaining plant or machinery, or which were
granted planning permission for a temporary period? If yes, please complete the following table:
Brief description of existing building (as per above
description) to be retained or demolished.
Gross internal
area (sq ms) to
be retained
Proposed use of retained floorspace
Gross internal
area (sq ms) to
be demolished
1
2
3
4
Total floorspace into which people do not normally go,
only go intermittently to inspect or maintain plant or
machinery, or which was granted temporary planning
permission
d) If your development involves the conversion of an existing building, will you be creating a new mezzanine floor within the existing
building?
Yes No
e) If Yes, how much of the gross internal floorspace proposed will be created by the mezzanine floor (sq ms)?
Use
Mezzanine floorspace
(sq ms)
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8. Declaration
I/we confirm that the details given are correct.
Name:
Date (DD/MM/YYYY). Date cannot be pre-application:
It is an offence for a person to knowingly or recklessly supply information which is false or misleading in a material respect to a collecting
or charging authority in response to a requirement under the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations (2010) as amended (regulation
110, SI 2010/948). A person guilty of an offence under this regulation may face unlimited fines, two years imprisonment, or both.
For local authority use only
App. No:
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