Find out what the levy is and why CITB raises it
2021 Levy Assessment Notice clarification
On 22 June we issued the 2021 Levy Assessment Notice to Levy-registered employers.
Some employers received a letter which referred to ‘2010 Levy Assessment Notice’ on the front page. This was an error and should have stated ‘2021 Levy Assessment Notice’.
We apologise to any employers who received this. This does not affect your 2021 Levy Assessment Notice. For further support please get in touch with the team at email@example.com
Urgent notice – Royal Mail strike
Due to industrial action at Royal Mail from 15 – 22 July, there will be severe disruption across postal services.
We will continue to despatch letters as usual, but if you are expecting correspondence from us during or after this time, it may be delayed.
Thank you for your understanding.
Registering with CITB and completing your annual Levy Return
Once you've registered with CITB, you need to send an annual Levy Return
Some small businesses do not need to pay the levy, or they pay a reduced rate
Find out when to pay the CITB Levy and the different ways to do make your payment
You can appeal if you receive an estimated Levy assessment you do not agree with.
The levy funds that we collect from employers are invested back into the industry through training.
Key information for newly registered employers