Coronavirus: council service information and advice

Information about changes to council services as a result of coronavirus

80% of total Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) receipts are allocated to be spent on strategic infrastructure to support the development of the city.

This spend is currently restricted to items referred to on our published Regulation 123 List. This list sets out those infrastructure projects that may be wholly or partly funded by CIL.

By December 2020, the Regulation 123 List will be replaced by an Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS). The IFS will identify infrastructure needs in Portsmouth, the total cost of this infrastructure, anticipated funding from developer contributions, and the choices Portsmouth City Council have made about how these contributions will be used. These pages will be updated once the IFS has been prepared.

15% of total CIL receipts (known as the neighbourhood portion) can be spent on local priorities in and around the ward where development has taken place. Our Draft CIL Neighbourhood Portion Spend Guidance Note contains more information on this element and the bid process. The Neighbourhood CIL bid form is appended to the Guidance Note. You can download the Neighbourhood CIL bid form.

Up to 5% of total CIL receipts can be spent on administrative expenses incurred in connection with CIL and are allocated for such purposes.

The Regulation 62 Report contains CIL collection and spend details for financial years 2012/13-2018/19. This will be replaced by the IFS referred to above for the 2019/2020 financial year.

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More information 

Further information can be found on the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) homepage.