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Revised Draft Charging Schedules - Christchurch and East Dorset

The consultation on the Christchurch and East Dorset Revised Draft Charging Schedules ran from 4 December 2015 until the 8 January 2016.

Following advice from the Planning Inspectorate, we are now not in a position to adopt our approved Community Infrastructure Levy due to the impact of changes to national planning guidance. In accordance with Regulation 16 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended), we are undertaking a partial review of the Charging Schedules and published a Revised Draft Charging Schedule for consultation. This was the second of two consultations for this partial review of the Charging Schedules; the first was the Revised Preliminary Draft Charging Schedules undertaken in September 2015.

Thank you for the comments received. The following documents are still available to view:

Consultation documents

Supporting documents

Evidence documents

The  Statement of Representations Procedure set out the consultation procedures that were undertaken.

This revised document was based on our Charging Schedules which had been considered at the Examination in the spring of 2015 and only seek to amend the Charging Schedules to take account of the impact of the reversal of national guidance in respect of small scale residential developments.  All other aspects of the Charging Schedule remain unchanged from that considered at the Examination in the spring of this year.

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