Community Infrastructure Levy

Community Infrastructure Levies (CIL) are financial contributions made by landowners towards the development of community facilities, such as sporting facilities, maternal child health centers, multi-purpose buildings etc.

These are community facilities that have been identified as required for a specific area, during the preparation of the development plan or precinct structure plan

The levy is a one-off payment that must be paid before a building permit can be issued, as specified in the Planning and Environment Act 1987 and the Building Act 1993.

Where does the Community Infrastructure Levy apply in Latrobe City?

Currently, this levy applies to lots released within two defined areas of Latrobe City Council:

  • Traralgon North Development Plan(PDF, 191KB)

    Bound by Traralgon-Maffra Road to the east, Marshalls Road to the south, the floodplain to the west and a high pressure oil and gas pipeline to the north.

  • Lake Narracan Precinct Structure Plan(PDF, 1MB)

    Bound by Lake Narracan to north, Halls Bay to the east, John Field Drive and the Moe Yallourn Rail Trail to the South, Old Sale Road and Becks Bridge Road to the west.

Where doesn’t the Community Infrastructure Levy apply?

The CIL does not apply to any other parts of Latrobe City Council nor to the following residential areas currently being developed:

Town Residential Estate
Moe/Newborough Narracan Waters
Mitchell Grove
Morwell Heritage Boulevard
Traralgon Franklin Place
Stockdale Fields
Ellavale Park Estate
Emerald Waters (Erin Park)
The Strand
Churchill Gaskin Rise Estate

Who is responsible for payment of the Community Infrastructure Levy?

Sometimes the property owner is responsible for paying the CIL at building permit stage and other times the developer of an estate may have already paid the CIL for each allotment, as part of an agreement with Latrobe City Council.

Check the title, which should include reference to a Section 173 Agreement, to confirm if the CIL has been paid.

Traralgon North Precinct

No levy is payable by the property owner.
The CIL will be paid by the developer and will be referenced on title via a Section 173 Agreement.

Lake Narracan Precinct

As this development is approved for the Lake Narracan Precinct Structure Plan area, this page will be updated to indicate whether the CIL has been paid by the developer or remains payable by the purchaser of the lot.

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How to pay the levy?

Contact the Urban Growth Team for details on how the CIL can be paid.

More information

Phone the Urban Growth Project Officer on (03) 5128 5751 or email UrbanGrowth@latrobe.vic.gov.au

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