Infrastructure Funding Statement
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) regulations require all local planning authorities that issue a CIL liability notice or enter into section 106 planning obligations during a reporting year to publish an infrastructure funding statement (IFS) annually. This IFS is a factual report which summaries the amount of developer contributions obtained, allocated and spent in the previous financial year (April 2019 - March 2020). The IFS sets out how the money collected through both Community Infrastructure Levy and Section 106 agreements within the District Council, has been used over the past year.
Developer contributions include section 106 planning obligations, CIL, section 278 agreements and any agreements that either secure funding towards new development, or provide infrastructure as part of any new development. This data has a wide range of current and potential uses, including:
- planning land and housing development
- creating new digital services
- giving community members insight into local development and how they can influence it
Lists all developer agreements secured by us. A developer agreement is any legal document that secures contributions from a development for infrastructure or affordable housing (including section 106 planning obligations), or any demand notice for CIL.
Developer agreement contributions
Contains the individual obligations or sums within each agreement, assigned to particular purposes such as affordable housing.
Developer agreement transactions
Details each transaction relating to a developer agreement and the status of the individual obligations or sums in each agreement.