Via Brent Council
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a planning charge which enables financial contributions to be made towards the delivery of infrastructure in Brent. 15% of CIL receipts generated must also be spent on projects that meet priorities agreed in consultation with the local community. Brent Council is accepting applications for Neighbourhood CIL projects that improve the local area and mitigate the impact of development. Your project could benefit from share of approximately £4 million.
The closing date for applications is 30th June 2018. The application form and guidance can be found on the following Brent website: www.brent.gov.uk/cil (scroll down to ‘spending CIL’). If you have any questions about the application process, please email CILadmin@brent.gov.uk.
A training workshop will be held to support applicants:
· 17th May at 1.30-4.30 pm;
Complimentary tea and coffee provided.
To register for the May 17th workshop register HERE
Round 1 allocations HERE I am waiting for details of Round 2.
Perhaps one day Brent might consider not holding all events in Wembley. There are many parts of the borough where community organisations could benefit from help, as opposed to those well-funded semi-Council organisations which grab most of it. You won't redress that balance if Wembley as seen as the centre of the universe.
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