Community Infrastructure Levy


Community Infrastructure Levy - 2018 update

As part of the preparation of the Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule, updated viability evidence has been commissioned and was completed this summer. 

The Planning Policy Subcommittee agreed at last night’s meeting to consult on the Arun CIL Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule.  Please note that the consultation started on Monday 10th December 2018 and will end at 5pm on Monday 21st January 2019.

Arun’s CIL Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule consultation started on 10 December.  Please use this link to be taken directly to the consultation portal.  Please see links to the consultation document and supporting evidence base below.

For further information regarding the Arun CIL, please email or phone 01903 737500 and ask for Planning Policy.

Arun CIL Viability Update 12th June 2018 Report.pdf [pdf] 3MB
Arun CIL Viability Update 12th June 2018 Appendices.pdf [pdf] 6MB
CIL Viability Update Report Addendum.pdf [pdf] 49KB
ARUN ICSDP Phase 2 Infrastructure Delivery and Phasing Plan 1.3.pdf [pdf] 512KB
Arun PDCS 2018 Consultation December 2018.pdf [pdf] 5MB


Community Infrastructure Levy - archive 2015

Arun District Council is in the process of preparing a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). This is a charging schedule that allows funds to be raised from developers to pay for infrastructure that is needed as a result of development. When in place the levy will apply to most new buildings and will largely replace the use of Section 106 developer contributions.
Work has been undertaken to prepare a Viability Assessment and Infrastructure Delivery Plan which have informed the setting of the Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule. These documents are available below. Please note - It was brought to our attention at a late stage in preparing the PDCS that the residential charging zones 1 and 2 identified in the charging schedule do not align with the residential charging zones shown on Map A. To clarify, Residential Zone 1 is Inland / Village and Residential Zone 2 is Urban / Coastal. The GIS layers available on the Council’s website are correct.
Public consultation on the Arun CIL Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule and Draft Reg 123 list ran for a period of 6 weeks (between 9th March 2015 and 20th April 2015). The representations from this consultation are under review.
It should be noted that the preparation of the Draft Charging Schedule has been put on hold whilst further work is undertaken on the Arun Local Plan as part of the Examination in Public suspension period.
Further details regarding the preparation of the Draft Charging Schedule will be provided on this webpage once work has recommenced.
Key documents

Please use our online Geographical Information System (GIS) to search for the Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule CIL Charging Zones. Other information is also available, such as Conservation Areas, Tree Preservation Orders and Listed Buildings. Please see the instructions below to find out how to use the mapping system:

  1. Search for your property by full address or postcode, in the box centred above the map window.
  2. Once you have located your property in this box click on the address.
  3. This will centre the map over your selection and show any information relating to this property in the left hand window (this will display no information on the map itself).
  4. To see this information on the map please open up the drop down menu called “map layers” in the left column, and select which layers you would like to be visible by clicking on the eye symbol (For example, to view the Proposed CIL Charging Zones, open the proposed residential and retail zones).
  5. You can also show the legend and a brief description for each layer by clicking the relevant symbols (the middle and right symbols next to the eye) in the left hand window.
  6. You can also change between standard GIS mapping or Aerial imagery, on the right of the map.


Useful information

CIL FAQ June Update 2015 [pdf] 44KB

For further information regarding the Arun CIL, please email or phone 01903 737500