A simple video presentation to introduce Community Infrastructure Levy.
This briefing is primarily for the final year Land Management students at Harper Adams. This is the first time I have used YouTube. Despite the limitations of a first effort I hope it might be of interest to a wider audience interested in how Planning Gain Supplement evolved into the new Levy. There are a couple of examples from some of the first Charging Schedules prepared by local planning authorities in the London Borough of Redbridge, and Sherwood and Newark in Nottinghamshire. These are notable for the stark contrast between the two approaches.
The video can be seen on YouTube, here.
I would be interested in viewers’ comments on this approach, either here or on YouTube itself.