Community Infrastructure Levy appeal decision: use of premises as a place of worship
This is an appeal decision on the use of premises as a place of worship.
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Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a relatively new activity for local planning authorities, developers and landowners. The government has decided that from June 2013, CIL appeal decision notices will be published by the Valuation Office Agency in a redacted anonymous form.
In making decisions available to the public, useful lessons about CIL regulations and appeals can be shared. Publication will also allow any precedents to be understood more widely.
Personal information will be redacted before publication. This could be information such as:
- the name of the appellant
- the collecting authority
- the address of the property
- the amount of CIL payable