The Parish Council is currently seeking your views on how The Community Infrastructre Levy funds which are received by the Parish Council should be spent.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a locally set charge that TRDC as the planning authority can make on new development in the area to generate money to help fund the infrastructure, facilities and services. This can be on the provision, improvement, replacement, operation or maintenance of infrastructure, or anything else that is concerned with addressing the demands that development places on the area.
Currently the Parish Council receives 15% of CIL funds from developments within Croxley Green but will receive 25% of CIL funds once our Neighbourhood Plan is in place.
The Parish Council wishes to hear from you as to what you think the CIL funding should be spent on in Croxley Green.
Current ideas are:
- The installation of public drinking fountains
- Increased provision of seating in the village
- To provide more for bicycle users
- Village hall / heritage centre
- Land transfer
- Village clock
- WW1 memorial bench
Please state if you support any of these ideas or have ones of your own. The Council is restricted on what it can spend the money on but without going into the detail here (see the Appendix below), let us know what you think and if it’s within our remit we will consider it.
We will plan to carry out the most favoured projects from 2019, so please let us know using the form below by the end of September.
Please complete the form below to send your comments.
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