Upcoming event: CIL in London – Wednesday 1st May


You are invited to City Hall to learn about recent changes to CIL legislation and guidance. This will provide a chance for both public and private sector planners to gain a greater understanding of the CIL charge-setting process and how to engage. The event will also consider the process for collecting CIL once it is established, reflecting on the Mayor of London’s CIL, one year after its introduction.

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Legislation and guidance – Mark Lee, CLG
Infrastructure planning – Chris Twigg, CIL Knowledge
Viability – Anthony Lee, BNP Paribas Real Estate
Collection of the Mayoral CIL: One year on – Neil Lees, TfL and Andrew Barry-Purssell, GLA
Panel Q&A – including Jamie Ounan, CIL Knowledge


The event is free, but booking is essential. Click here to book.

About our sponsors

BNP Paribas Real Estate

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BNP Paribas Real Estate is a leading firm of chartered surveyors with an extensive track record in advising on viability in planning, including working with more than half the London boroughs on the viability of CIL in their areas.

CIL Knowledge

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The CIL Knowledge Partnership works with Councils and Developers to implement the Community Infrastructure Levy and assess its impact on developments. We have worked with over 50 Councils on their CIL projects and are the PAS and DCLG advisors on CIL; delivering the Direct Support Progamme and recent Seminar Series.

The Growth Agenda

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Bringing together several companies with a proven track record in the fields of development, regeneration and organizational change, we work in collaboration to provide local authorities with the tools to assess what growth means for their local area and support them to develop and implement a sustainable growth strategy.

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