Following independent examination and approval, the rates as set out below will be non-negotiable.
||Levy - pounds per square metre
Residential - applies to C3 use class
Zone areas are shown on the map in Appendix 1
|C2 – Extra Care / Assisted Living (see notes below)
Zone areas are shown on Map in Appendix 1
|Zone 1 & Zone 2
|Nil CIL charge zone
Nil CIL charge zone boundaries are shown on Map in Appendix 1
|DA2 Brighton Marina, Gas Works and Black Rock Area
King Alfred Leisure Centre/RNR site
Brighton General Hospital site
Sackville Trading Estate / Coal Yard site
|Purpose Built Student Housing / Purpose Built Shared Living Accommodation
|Retail – Larger format – Retail warehousing / Supermarkets
|Retail - Other retail units development
|All other development uses
C2 Extra Care / Assisted Living – housing with care (primarily for older people):
- where purpose built self-contained homes are designed and built to facilitate independent living and the care and support needs of occupants
- where occupants have agreements to cover the provision of onsite care, support, domestic and other services
- which may also include communal spaces and facilities (some may be open to local community)
- onsite access to care and support services is available 24 hours a day.
NB: 1. Other terms for this form of development may include Independent Living, Very Sheltered Housing, Close Care. 2. This form of development excludes registered residential care /nursing homes (C2) and Retirement Homes and Sheltered Housing which would fall under a C3 use class.)
Nil CIL charge zone boundaries
As set out in the Adopted Brighton and Hove City Plan Policies.
Purpose Built Student Housing category, includes Purpose Built Shared Living Accommodation
Set around cluster type accommodation and/or studio units commensurate with PBSA standards.
Retail A1 to A5, larger format
Retail warehouses are large stores specialising in the sale of household goods (such as carpets, furniture and electrical goods), DIY items and other ranges of goods, catering for mainly car-borne customers.
Superstores/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 of the unit.
Retail A1 to A5 - Other retail units development
Includes retail development in defined shopping centres and at Major Sporting Venues.
All references to use classes specified in this charging schedule and notes are to be read as if they were references to the descriptions of the uses which comprised those use classes within the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended) at July 2020.