Jonathan Easton and Philip Robson publish article on changes to Community Infrastructure Regulations

Jonathan Easton and Philip Robson publish article on changes to Community Infrastructure Regulations

Jonathan Easton and Philip Robson publish "The End of Double-Dipping.  The Practial Implications of the Removal of Reg. 123 of the CIL Regulations".

On 1 September 2019 a number of sweeping changes to the Community Infrastructure Regulations 2010 were brought into force.  One key change was to remove Regulation 123, thereby removing the source of Regulation 123 lists and (arguably) the barrier to 'double-dipping'; an insistence that a developer pay for the same piece of infrastructure through CIL and a financial contribution secured by a s.106 obligation.

In "The End of Double-Dipping...", Jonathan and Philip explore the impact of these changes and seek to provide answers as to whether it is now open season on double dipping.

A copy of the article is available to view and download here.

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