Brent Council Cabinet is set to approve a £1,471.608 total payout in the latest round of Neigbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy bids. The allocations are:
£366,975 to support the refurbishment of a new building for the Refugee Support Network in Harlesden.
£250,000 to support the refurbishment of Challenge House in Harlesden for Crisis UK.£210,000 to support the refurbishment of the Silver Jubilee Park Clubhouse for Kingsbury Town Management Co. Ltd and Hendon Youth FC in Willesden.
£109,833 to support the running of The Sanctuary Café for Hestia Housing and Support across neighbourhoods.
£134,800 to support the installation of central heating of a community facility for St Michael and All Angels Church in Harlesden.
£170,000 to support the refurbishment of a community hall for St Cuthbert’s Church in Wembley
£150,000 to support the building of a new Community Café and outdoor Space for St Catherine’s Church in Neasden
£80,000 to support tree planting in the Dudden Hill area. This would be in addition to £30,000 allocated to tree planting in this area in NCIL’s 2018/19 round one, bringing the total spent by NCIL on tree planting in Dudden Hill to £110,000.
Full descriptions of the projects can be found HERE-->