The Mayor of London operates a Mayoral CIL to help fund Crossrail. Further information is available on the Mayor's website.
For planning applications where the decision notice was issued on or before 31 March 2019, the charge for developments in Redbridge is £35/m2 plus an update for inflation (meaning planning applications granted in 2018/19 were charged approximately £49/m2).
The legislation for Mayoral CIL means that it expired at the end of the 2018/19 financial year, and has been replaced by Mayoral CIL 2 (MCIL2). This will contribute towards the funding of Crossrail 2.
Crossrail 2 is a proposed new railway serving London and the wider South East. It connects the National Rail networks in Surrey and Hertfordshire via a new tunnel and stations between Wimbledon, Tottenham Hale and New Southgate, linking in with London Underground, London Overground, Crossrail 1, and national and international rail services.
For planning applications decided after 1 April 2019, the charge for developments in Redbridge is £60/m2 plus indexation.
The 2002 Mayoral CIL with indexation is £60.36/m2 for applications decided in 2022.
Any Mayoral CIL will be billed for at the same time as the Redbridge CIL and developers will pay one consolidated amount.