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Do disqualifying events apply to residential extension exemptions for the purposes of community infrastructure levy?

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Published on LexisPSL on 17/05/2019

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  • Do disqualifying events apply to residential extension exemptions for the purposes of community infrastructure levy?

Do disqualifying events apply to residential extension exemptions for the purposes of community infrastructure levy?

Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (CIL Regulations), SI 2010/948, reg 42A sets out an exemption from CIL for residential annexes or extensions which meet certain criteria. It provides that a person is exempt from liability to pay CIL in respect of development if all of the following apply:

  1. that person owns a material interest in a dwelling (the main dwelling). A material interest is defined in CIL Regulations, SI 2010/948, reg 4(2) as a legal estate in the land which is either a freehold estate or a leasehold estate, the term of which expires more than seven years after the day on which planning permission first permits the chargeable development

  2. that person

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