Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule

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Environment Agency 09 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 1020673/cil/1
  • Status: Accepted
The Environment Agency has no comments to make in respect of the specific questions raised in the consultation document. It is noted that the IDP Schedule (Outside Weston and Weston Villages) makes reference to the requirement for flood risk mitigation infrastructure (on or off-site infrastructure works) and the associated costs, to be assessed on a case by case basis, and provided, where necessary, through developer contributions. Other than a brief reference to 'Other flood defence schemes' u
Deleted User 07 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 7805313/cil/17
  • Status: Accepted
Yes. Should like to see a specific reference (under CIL) for the provision of allotment land for new communities where there is evidence demand will exist.
Deleted User 04 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 3347041/cil/1
  • Status: Accepted
NHS North Somerset supports the introduction of the Community Infrastructure Levy in the district however we would highlight a number of points in the consultation documents where we think clarification would be beneficial. The infrastructure delivery schedule ED/12a highlights a need for land and buildings and the source of funds for the construction has a question mark against it. It has always been our position that facilities should be delivered to mitigate the effects of development not ju
CLA (Country Land & Business A… 04 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 7442625/cil/6
  • Status: Accepted
Neighbourhood Funds The recent government consultation on further changes to the CIL regulations will allow a "meaningful proportion" of the CIL funds raised in a parished area to be returned to that area for the parish council to spend on existing or new infrastructure on which new development may impact. The CLA would object to any aspirational or generic implementation plans prepared by the charging authorities which are not underpinned by robust evidence and associated viability assessments
Wraxall and Failand Parish Council 04 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 7800929/cil/17
  • Status: Accepted
The Parish Council is content with the proposals in the Draft Charging Schedule but has no strong views on the questions raised.
Deleted User 04 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 1074881/cil/2
  • Status: Accepted
It is noted that up to 5% of the CIL could be used for administration purposes. Given the significant finances involved in CIL, 5% could be as high as £7.45m based on total contributions of £149m (set out in the preliminary draft schedule). A greater degree of clarity is required to explain why such a large sum is necessary for administration purposes?
Deleted User 04 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 1074881/cil/10
  • Status: Accepted
The whole basis for CIL is to establish the strategic needs of an area through a Strategic Infrastructure Delivery Plan, quantify the costs and set a viable charging regime based upon this. It should not be the remit to then use the monies elsewhere, as this would bring into question the evidence base underpinning the charging schedule. As set out earlier, it is of concern that the Infrastructure Delivery Plan is limited in the extent of information and published evidence to support the costs n
Network Rail (B Morgan) 03 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 4201985/cil/1
  • Status: Accepted
The North Somerset Community Infrastructure Levy draft charging schedule should set a strategic context requiring developer contributions towards rail infrastructure where growth areas or significant housing allocations are identified close to existing rail infrastructure. Many stations and routes are already operating close to capacity and a significant increase in patronage may create the need for upgrades to the existing infrastructure including improved signalling, passing loops, car parkin
Deleted User 03 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 1078849/cil/17
  • Status: Accepted
This Parish Council notes the outcome of the consultation on page 16 item 2, para 2, has not been published. However, the Parish Council wishes to comment in respect of this consultation in that it believes a share of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and/or Section 106 charge should be made available to the local Town or Parish Council in which the development takes place for the Town and/or Parish Council to use at its discretion on community facilities required as a result of the develo
Deleted User 03 Jan 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Spending the CIL Q17 Do you agree that this table sets out an appropriate split between CIL and Section 106 funded infrastructure? Are there any changes you would propose?

  • Comment ID: 1017889/cil/18
  • Status: Accepted
We can see no problems with the split between CIL and Section 106. However, we cannot understand why the proposed schemes, such as flood defences, are all related to Weston and none to other equally vulnerable coastal areas within North Somerset? It appears that the majority of CIL projects are targeted at Weston and very few will benefit the sorrounding areas where there is an equal need. We propose that this is re-considered.
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