Arun District Council are looking at the application of the Community Infrastructure Levy:
Arun District Council in West Sussex has appointed consultancy Colliers International to advise on what facilities the authority could fund using the Community Infrastructure Levy and what level the tariff might have to be set at to raise the necessary funds for local priorities.
So there you are - decide what you want to spend the tax on and then set the level you need to get that money. Somewhere in all this, it seems to me, we've lost sight of the impact on development - all the jobs, businesses and homes that won't be there because the district council wanted to tart up the Bognor Regis seafront or put in a new playground in Arundel.
Seems to me that Arun should start by asking what level of CIL wouldn't damage economic development.