Community Infrastructure Levy: What you need to know (A free webinar presented by David Keighley)

Date:
Venue: Online
Time: 14:00 - 15:00
Speaker: David Keighley

David Keighley Bio

David was admitted as a solicitor in 1982. Until his retirement from full time practice in September 2016, he was a partner in and Head of Residential property at a Legal 500 firm. He uses his extensive experience and understanding of practical conveyancing to cut through the academic niceties and make things relevant for the busy practitioner.

David regularly presents at property law conferences, seminars, webinars, audio seminars, training courses and related events and has received exceptional feedback from delegates. He also regularly works in-house with firms by providing both bespoke mentoring/coaching on a one to one basis or seminars to larger groups.  David is available at certain times for either locum work or to work with teams to assess and improvement their performance and documents.

He is a contributing author for the Law Society Conveyancing Handbook, was the co-author of an online training course for the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), is the deputy editor of newsletter issued monthly by Propertylawuk.net & the Solicitors Group, and provides monthly audio seminars in conjunction with LIPS Legal. He also acts as a tutor for CILEX Law School and has written for publications including the Law Society’s Property in Practice Magazine and the Solicitors Journal.

 

 

Content Overview

Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is frequently mentioned in Local Search results as it becomes widely adopted by Local Authorities, and clients may look to you for an explanation and advice on how it may impact them.

David Keighley presents this session which will consider practical issues surrounding CIL, including:

  • What is CIL & what is it used for?
  • How it interacts with Section 106 obligations
  • How it is calculated
  • What property is impacted?
  • Exemptions & Reliefs
  • Who is liable to pay and when?
  • Relevant Case Law

 

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