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?
Annual reports of our CIL income and spending will be provided here.
As CIL only 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 21 November 2016:
- Total CIL demand notices: £845,485 (note: one demand notice is for a large site and the first instalment is not due until May 2017)
- Total CIL received: £67,097.51
- CIL proportion paid to Henley-on-Thames Town Council: £4,940.63
- Total CIL liability notices issued: £5.8 million
Last reviewed: 19 - 12 - 2016