Community Infrastructure Levy

Please see below information about the Community Infrastructure Levy.

Community Infrastructure Levly (CIL) is a levy that the District Council can choose to charge on new developments in their area. The money must be used to support development of infrastructure that the council, local community and neighbourhoods want and need.

Longworth receives CIL funds to the parish twice a year from the Vale of White Horse as a result of developments in our parish. As Longworth has an adopted Neighbourhood Plan, our parish receives 25% of CIL receipts (as compared with 15% for those who do not have a NP). This money must be spent on infrastructure projects and cannot be used for general maintenance costs. Areas such as enhancing public facilities (parks and green areas),leisure facilities, health and road safety improvements all would be eligible for spending. The money must be spent within 5 years of receipt.

We publish as much as we can on the website, but if you would like any information which isn’t published below please get in touch.

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