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The CIL Team
The CIL process is form based with the emphasis on the agents or applicants to submit the correct forms at specific triggers throughout the application and development lifetime. Often the form process is still required even if you have been granted exemption and or relief.
All CIL forms are available to download below and should be submitted to:
CIL Team - Planning Strategy
Stroud District Council
Guidance on completing the forms can be viewed at:
Forms filled out on Planning Portal have an auto fill function which can calculate figures incorrectly. Always check your form is correct before submitting.
This form is used to assess applications for CIL liability and provides details including floor area figures, existing buildings and highlights if an exemption claim is likely to be submitted. This form must be submitted with the planning application.
This form is used to assume liability for CIL. This must be completed for all liable applications including those which are exempt. This form enables us to issue a Liability Notice after permission is granted and register the amount as a Local Land Charge. This form must be submitted with the planning application.
This form is to be used if you have assumed liability for CIL but will no longer be the party carrying out the liable development.
This form is used to transfer the responsibility for CIL between parties, for example when a piece of land with planning permission is sold. It should be used if the person who assumed liability using Form 2 will no longer be responsible for the CIL, but has already agreed with another party that they will be taking on the liability. This notice must be submitted no later than the day on which the final payment of CIL is due.
This form should be sent to SDC to give notice of work which may be liable for CIL being carried out under General Consent / Permitted Development Rights. This notice should be submitted to the council before work commences.
This form must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance of the development starting on site, or on the nearest working day if the commencement date is on a weekend. This must be completed with an exact date and is required even if an exemption from CIL is granted.
This form is used to make a claim for self build exemption when a new dwelling is being constructed. This should be used when the dwelling is going to be your primary residence on completion for at least three years.
This form should be submitted to SDC within six months of completion, accompanied by the supporting evidence set out in the form.
This form should be used to claim for self build exemption when the work being carried out is the creation of a residential annex, to be used as ancillary accommodation to the main dwelling.
This form should be used to claim for self build exemption when the work being carried out is a domestic extension which has a gross internal floor area of 100 square metres or more.
This form should be used to claim for exemption as a Charity or for affordable dwellings.
This form should be used to claim for exceptional circumstances relief from CIL.
This form is to be used when a Section 73 application is made further to a prior application being granted Charitable or Social Housing exemption from CIL.
This form is to be used when a Section 73 application is made further to a prior application being granted any other exemption from CIL.
This form is to be used to apply for a phase credit or part of a phase credit, created in a separate phase of the same development to offset an existing or not previously paid CIL liability in another phase.