Community Infrastructure Levy and permitted development

Recent talk by government about increasing the size of extensions to houses that might be allowed as permitted development might be inspiring those with intentions to build large extensions.

But less inspiring is the fact that Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) applies potentially to permitted development extensions of over 100 square metres.

With the CIL being adopted by more councils, anybody contemplating a permitted development extension should check whether they are going to get a tax bill to go with it.

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