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Can a local authority withdraw a community infrastructure levy self-build residential annex exemption, after they have granted the exemption, where no disqualifying event has occurred (ie if they have just changed their mind)?

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Published on LexisPSL on 20/03/2019

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  • Can a local authority withdraw a community infrastructure levy self-build residential annex exemption, after they have granted the exemption, where no disqualifying event has occurred (ie if they have just changed their mind)?

Can a local authority withdraw a community infrastructure levy self-build residential annex exemption, after they have granted the exemption, where no disqualifying event has occurred (ie if they have just changed their mind)?

The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (CIL Regulations), SI 2010/948, regs 42A–42C govern how an exemption from community infrastructure levy (CIL) for residential annexes is administered.

CIL Regulations, SI 2010/948, reg 42A sets out the circumstances in which a person is exempt from liability to pay CIL.

Where these circumstances apply, and a person wishes to benefit from the exemption, they must submit a claim to the collecting authority in accordance with CIL Regulations, SI 2010/948, reg 42B. Importantly, the claim must:

  1. be received by the collecting authority before commencement of the chargeable

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