South Somerset District Council - Community Infrastructure Levy

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1.

Do you agree with the Council's £0 (zero) per square metre levy rate for the Yeovil Sustainable Urban Extensions, and the Chard Eastern Development Area?

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2.

Do you agree with the Council's £40 per square metre levy rate for all other residential development?

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3.

Do you agree with the Council's £100 per square metre levy rate for Convenience-based Supermarkets and Superstores, and Retail Warehouse Parks (outside of defined Town Centres and Primary Shopping Areas)[1] [2]

[1] Supermarkets are shopping destinations in their own right where weekly food shopping needs are met and which can also include non-food floorspace as part of the overall mix. The majority of custom at supermarkets arrives by car, using the large adjacent car parks provided.

Superstores are self-service stores selling mainly food, or food and non-food goods, with supporting car parking.

Retail warehouses are large stores specialising in the sale of comparison and household goods (such as carpets, furniture and electrical goods), DIY items and other ranges of goods, catering mainly for car-borne customers.

[2] Town Centres as defined through Policy EP11 of the South Somerset Local Plan (2006 – 2028). Primary Shopping Areas in Yeovil and Chard as defined through Policy EP11 in the South Somerset Local Plan (2006 – 2028).

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4.

Do you agree with the Council's £0 (zero) per square metre levy rate for Retail (A1 – A5 Use Class) in Town Centres and Primary Shopping Areas[1]

[1] Town Centres as defined through Policy EP11 of the South Somerset Local Plan (2006 – 2028). Primary Shopping Areas in Yeovil and Chard as defined through Policy EP11 in the South Somerset Local Plan (2006 – 2028).

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5.

Do you agree with the Council's £0 (zero) per square metre levy rate for all other uses across the district?

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6.

Do you agree with the Council's draft Instalments Policy?

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7.

Do you agree with the Council's draft Regulation 123 List?

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8.

Do you have any other comments in relation to the Council's approach to the Draft Charging Schedule and the Community Infrastructure Levy?

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9.

Do you wish to be notified that the Council has submitted a Charging Schedule to an Examiner; and/or that the Examiner's recommendations have been published; and/or that the Charging Schedule has been adopted by the Council?

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10.

Do you wish to appear and be heard at the formal examination of the Council's Charging Schedule? (Note: further details on the arrangements for the examination will be issued at a later date).

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