Hertsmere Borough Council was the first authority to introduce the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) in Hertfordshire. The Council has charged CIL for new developments approved since December 2014, resulting in the collection of almost £5m of CIL monies to date. S106 agreements continue to be used to secure financial contributions to fund the delivery of Affordable Housing, where it cannot be provided on or off-site, and for any site-specific or non-financial requirements. Hertsmere Borough Council is now inviting expressions of interest from software providers with products which can support the administration and collection of both CIL and s106.
Andrew Harper (HBC)
Published: 26 Jun 2017, Receipt by: 3 Jul 2017
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