The CIL process - Stage 9 – disqualifying events

Stage 9: Notification of any disqualifying event

Where relief has been granted, and then a disqualifying event occurs, you must notify the Council, in writing, giving 14 days advance notice. Failure to do so will incur a penalty surcharge.

We will then issue a Liability Notice (stage 3) and a Demand Notice (stage 6) for payment.

If you fail to notify of us of a disqualifying event, we will give the relevant person(s) 28 days notice before taking action.

 

 

 


Last Updated on Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Stage 9: Notification of any disqualifying event

Where relief has been granted, and then a disqualifying event occurs, you must notify the Council, in writing, giving 14 days advance notice. Failure to do so will incur a penalty surcharge.

We will then issue a Liability Notice (stage 3) and a Demand Notice (stage 6) for payment.

If you fail to notify of us of a disqualifying event, we will give the relevant person(s) 28 days notice before taking action.

 


Last Updated on Tuesday, April 23, 2019