Development Contributions Plan
A Development contributions plan (DCP) is a mechanism used to levy new development. It helps to fund basic and essential infrastructure that is required to service a new community.
Development Infrastructure Levy
The Development Infrastructure Levy (DIL) is the primary levy used to fund a large majority of projects that have been identified in the Development contributions Plan.
Typically, this will include:
- roads and intersections
- public land
- community facilities
DIL is indexed annually in accordance with the methods outlined in the Development Contributions Plan.
Community Infrastructure Levy
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a one-off payment used to fund new community infrastructures such as sporting pavilions.
The CIL is capped at $1,225 per dwelling (2021/2022 financial year) and is indexed annually by the state government.
Development Contribution Plans rates
The summary of Development Contribution Plan Rates as at 1 July 2022:
|Development Contribution Plan||Development Infrastructure Levy per net developable hectare||Community Infrastructure Levy per dwelling|
|— Lockerbie (Hume)||$389,977||$925|
|— Lockerbie (Mitchell)||$92,255||$925|
|— Lockerbie (Whittlesea)||$30,685||$925|
For more information about development contributions or works-in-kind, contact Development Contributions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page was last updated on 15 September 2022.