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Home > Planning > CIL & S106 > CIL > Spending CIL

Spending CIL

For enquiries on spending or obtaining CIL for Community Projects please submit the Project Funding Enquiry Form to the Communities Team.

The CIL Regulations define how CIL can be spent and by whom. There money received is split into 3 'pots':

 

Neighbourhood CIL

Some of the CIL we receive (15% or 25% depending on if your community has a Neighbourhood Plan) will be passed to the parish or town council where the development is taking place.   The parish or town council will decide how to spend this part of the levy.  Annual Financial Reports on CIL for each parish or town council receiving CIL are published on the town or parish councils own websites.  

 

Draft Parish Infrastructure Investment Plan (PIIP)

 

District CIL - Regulation 123 and larger infrastructure projects

The majority of the CIL income received is retained by the District councils to spend on infrastructure to support development in the areas. The infrastructure types we intend to spend CIL on are detailed in the Regulation 123 lists Babergh R123 lists and Mid Suffolk R123 lists, and may include extensions to schools, doctors and recreational facilities. This list may change from time to time.

 

CIL will be spent by the District councils on infrastructure projects anywhere within or outside the districts to support development within the districts.  The CIL Expenditure Framework has been approved by Babergh District Council on 24 April 2018 and by Mid Suffolk District Council on 26 April 2018.  It was reviewed and approved by Full Council on 18 and 19 March 2019.

 

CIL Expenditure Framework

CIL Expenditure Framework Communications Strategy

CIL Expenditure Framework Timeline and Review

 

Bid submission timeline

 

Download the CIL 123 Fund Application Forms

CIL 123 Fund Application Guidance

 

Valid Reg 123 Fund Bids Received

In accordance with the CIL Expenditure Framework, the lists below contain the current valid bids for Bid Rounds 1 and 2.  Work continues on the invalid bids during the Bid Process, except for those bids relating to infrastructure not on the Regulation 123 Lists.

 

BDC Valid Bids - August 2018

MSDC Valid Bids - May 2018

 

BDC Valid Bids  - Bid Round 2 October 2018

MSDC Valid Bids - Bid Round 2 October 2018

Reg 123 Funding

In accordance with the CIL Expenditure Framework, the approved bids for Bid Rounds 1 and 2 are included in the CIL Business Case which will be updated on a half yearly basis.  

 

BCa1833 - BDC Cabinet Report

BDC CIL Business Plan - September 2018

BDC Technical Assessment of Bids

 

MCa1829 - MSDC Cabinet Report

MSDC CIL Business Plan - September 2018

MSDC Technical Assessment of Bids

 

BCa1874 - BDC Cabinet Report

BDC CIL Business Plan - March 2019

BDC Technical Assessment of Bids

 

MCa1869 - MSDC Cabinet report 

MSDC CIL Business Plan - March 2019

MSDC Technical Assessment of Bids

 

Administrative Costs

Up to 5% of CIL will be spent on the administration of CIL, for example the salaries of the team responsible for processing and managing CIL and the software systems used to record, monitor and report on the CIL.

The District and Parish councils will publish accounts of CIL income and expenditure together with details of the projects that have been funded.