Community Infrastructure Levy

Introduction

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge made by local authorities on new developments in their area.

The amount charged will depend on the type of development and the area in which the development is taking place.

Some developers may also negotiate a Section 106 agreement with the local planning authority.

These are private agreements that are also known as planning obligations.

These legally binding agreements, along with CIL, help us deliver the infrastructure needed in Buckinghamshire.

Read more about the Community Infrastructure Levy and who has to pay it on GOV.UK.

From 1 January every year our CIL rates will change in line with inflation.