The Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2019) came into force on 1 September 2019. Under these regulations, Infrastructure Funding Statements (IFS) replaced CIL Regulation 123 Lists as the mechanism through which projects are identified for CIL funding.
The IFS sets out how developer contributions have been, and will be, used to provide infrastructure within our plan area. This funding has been secured through planning permissions using the policies of the development plan and the linked Community Infrastructure Levy.
We are required to publish an IFS annually, and provide a summary of all financial and non-financial developer contributions relating to S106s and CIL within our area which can be downloaded below or you can read a web version of the document.
The Government requires all local planning authorities to publish their developer contributions data on a regular basis and in an agreed format. Our developer contributions data can be downloaded below in three CSV files which are provided under the Open Government Licence:
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.
Contains the individual obligations or sums within each agreement, assigned to particular purposes such as affordable housing.
Details each transaction relating to a developer agreement and the status of the individual obligations or sums in each agreement.
If you have any questions on the IFS, or developer contributions data, please email firstname.lastname@example.org