Planning strategy for Ascot development saves client £150,000 on CIL!

ET Planning were delighted to receive news this week that an appeal against the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, submitted on behalf of their client has been successful, resulting in an enormous financial win for the client. A Section 73 application had been submitted earlier this year for a residential development in Ascot which […]

Challenging CIL Liability

A short video setting out the process to challenging a Community Infrastructure Liability (CIL) on a development following planning permission.

Self Build Exemptions for CIL

  In the video above, we outline the process of applying for Self Build Exemptions from Community Infrastructure Levy liabilities, when building your own dwelling. The self build exemption isn’t really about physically building a dwelling your self, although this is still possible. The exemption applies more the financing mechanism of how the development is […]

Action taken by ET Planning saves developer £40K

A developer in Wokingham has saved more than £40,000 after ET Planning spotted technical differences relating to CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy) liabilities between different planning application types. The developer had previously received planning permission for three new build properties in the Wokingham area. As development took place, one of the three properties had a ground floor […]