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The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a tool for local authorities in England and Wales to help deliver infrastructure to support the development of the area. The CIL is a charge that developers must pay in relation to certain types of new development. The Council have prepared a Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule for the Community Infrastructure…

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The Local Plan needs to be based on robust evidence and an understanding of the key social, economic and environmental characteristics that make up Fylde. There are many pieces of evidence covering a range of themes that are being used to inform the preparation of the emerging Fylde Local Plan. Below is a list of all the…

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The government have recently introduced a legal requirement for councils to prepare, maintain and publish a register of brownfield land that is considered appropriate for residential development. Brownfield land registers are in two parts:
  • Part 1 is a list of brownfield sites that are considered appropriate for residential development;
  • Part 2 consists of sites which have…

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Whilst the councilcan provide guidance to help you submit your planning application, you may wish to employ your own planning agent to submit an application on your behalf. There are many different construction professionals who will be able to assist you, each will have different skills and the type of professional you employ willdepend upon…

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