How we spend CIL money (2016)
When we receive money raised from the Community Infrastructure Levy we’ll distribute it as follows:
- 15% to the parish where the development is located – this rises to 25% in areas with an adopted neighbourhood plan
Please note, payments to areas without a Neighbourhood Plan are capped at £100 a year per council tax dwelling – for more information please see how the cap is applied.
- 5% for CIL admin costs
- any remaining money goes to infrastructure projects included in our Regulation 123 list
When will parishes receive their CIL funds?
We’ll pass CIL funds to parish and town councils twice a year:
- CIL receipts collected between 1 April and 30 September will be passed to a parish or town council by 28 October
- CIL receipts collected between 1 October and 31 March will be passed to a parish or town council by 28 April.
Please refer to the guidance note for Town/Parish councils.
What CIL funds have we received and spent so far?
As CIL came into effect on 1 April 2016 it is unlikely that we’ll receive significant funds this financial year. However, we are providing a quarterly update on CIL income here. The figures below are as of 24 May 2017:
Last reviewed: 31 - 05 - 2017