Suffolk Coastal published the draft Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Schedule for a 6 week period of public consultation from 6 October to 17 November 2014.
Representations were sought from members of the public, agents, developers, landowners, service providers and other interested stakeholders.
The draft Charging Schedule was the second round of consultation on the CIL project in Suffolk Coastal and outlines a range of non-negotiable charges for developments across the district that are considered to be appropriate based on viability and infrastructure evidence.
The draft Charging Schedule consultation document, supporting documents and evidence base documents are available below:
Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule - information relating to the earlier round of consultation.
The following responses were received as part of the consultation process:
|1 Mr Harry Pynn||17 Swilland and Witnesham Parish Council|
|2 Marine Management Organisation (MMO)||18 Rendlesham Parish Council|
|3 Terry Lomax||19 McCarthy & Stone Retirement Lifestyles Ltd c/o The Planning Bureau|
|4 The Theatres Trust||20 Felixstowe Town Council|
|5 Natural England||21 Mark Gildersleeves|
|6 Carol Florey||22 Waldringfield Parish Council|
|7 Andre Roden||23 Suffolk Constabulary|
|8 Otley Parish Council||24 Trinity College Cambridge c/o Bidwells|
|9 Peasenhall Parish Council||25 The Consortium c/o Savills|
|10 The Sutton Ward (Parishes of Bawdsey, Bromeswell, Alderton, Shottisham and Sutton)||26 Taylor Wimpey c/o Pegasus Planning Group|
|11 English Heritage||27 Sport England|
|12 Asda Stores Limited c/o Thomas Eggar LLP||28 Suffolk County Council|
|13 Clive Narrainen||29 Nest Development|
|14 Town & Country Consultants Ltd||30 EDF Energy (Nuclear Generation) Ltd|
|15 Alan Stoddart||31 Nacton Parish Council|
|16 Bentwaters Park Ltd and Bentwaters Business Park Ltd|