NALC calls for receipt shares from the new planning levy


This week, the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) urged the government to ensure that local (parish and town) councils, with or without a made neighbourhood plan, receive proper receipts from the new Infrastructure Levy. 

In its response to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) technical consultation on the Infrastructure Levy, NALC argued to the government that local councils without a made neighbourhood plan should receive 25% of receipts and that local councils with a made neighbourhood plan should receive 35% of receipts.

NALC is also calling for new local councils to be created everywhere so they can receive the neighbourhood share of the money instead of unelected community bodies.  

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