Portsmouth City Council reserves the right to amend the information in this document at any time. Information correct at time of publishing.
Portsmouth City Council reserves the right to amend the information in this document at any time. Information correct at time of publishing.
1.1. This report provides information on the monetary (and non-monetary) contributions sought and received from developers for the provision of infrastructure to support development in Portsmouth, and the subsequent use of those contributions by Portsmouth City Council. The report covers the financial year 1 April 2019 – 31 March 2020.
1.2. Portsmouth seeks developer contributions through the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 agreements (also known as “planning obligations”).
1.3. CIL was introduced in 2010 and has been charged in Portsmouth since April 2012. CIL is a set charge, based on the gross internal area floorspace of buildings, on most new development to help fund the infrastructure needed to address the cumulative impact of development across our area. Our CIL charging schedule, setting out our CIL charging rates, is available on our website.
1.4. Local planning authorities must use CIL to fund ‘the provision, improvement, replacement, operation or maintenance of infrastructure to support the development of the area’. There is also a neighbourhood portion of CIL – ‘Local CIL’ – which is similarly able to fund infrastructure but can also fund ‘anything else that is concerned with addressing the demands that development places on an area’ following engagement with local communities.
1.5. Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 enables a local planning authority to enter into a negotiated agreement – a planning obligation – to mitigate the impact of a specific development, to make it acceptable in planning terms. The planning obligation might, for example, require the provision or contribution to a new or improved road or local green infrastructure. Local planning authorities can also seek planning obligations to secure a proportion of affordable housing from residential developments.
2.1 Headline Figures
|CIL invoiced (set out in Demand Notices) in 2019/20||£3,234,306|
|CIL receipts received in 2019/20||£3,781,275|
|CIL receipts that CIL regulations 59E and 59F applied to (neighbourhood CIL)||£567,191|
|CIL expenditure in 2019/20||£2,156,675|
|CIL retained at end of 2019/20||£15,975,130|
2.2. CIL infrastructure expenditure in 2019/20
2.3. Summary details of the items of infrastructure on which CIL (including land payments) has been spent in 2019/20, and the amount of CIL spent on each item: (i) City Centre Road Scheme – £788,265
As part of a programme of regeneration initiatives securing the long term future of the city centre, the City Centre Road Scheme has been the main allocation point for CIL monies collected.
2.4. Other CIL expenditure in 2019/20
2.4.1. Total amount of CIL spent in 2019/20 on repaying money borrowed, including any interest, and details of the items of infrastructure which that money was used to provide (wholly or in part): £0 (zero)
2.4.2. Total amount of CIL spend on administrative expenses in 2019/20 and that amount expressed as a percentage of the total CIL received in 2019/20:
|CIL spent on Administration||Percentage of total CIL received|
2.4.3. The amount of CIL passed to any parish or town council under CIL regulations 59A and 59B or passed to external organisations (other than parish/town councils) under CIL regulation 59(4): £0 (zero).
2.4.4. Summary details of the expenditure of CIL on infrastructure, to which CIL regulations 59E or 59F applied during 2019/20:
|59F||Public Bicycle Repair Stands & Pumps - Fratton Bridge||Fratton||£995|
|59F||Public Bicycle Repair Stands & Pumps - Albert Rd/Clarence Pier||St Jude||£1,990|
|59F||Tangier Rd bollards/cycle hoops||Baffins||£3,500|
|59F||Public Bicycle Repair Stands & Pumps - Eastern Rd Cycle Path||Baffins||£995|
|59F||Rochester Rd - Road Closed Signs||Central Southsea||£52|
|59F||Public Bicycle Repair Stands & Pumps - Devonshire Square||Central Southsea||£995|
|59F||Buckland Community Centre CCTV Equipment to improve safety & security||Charles Dickens||£5,000|
|59F||Wickham St Car Park (Men's Shed)||Charles Dickens||£36,000|
|59F||St Luke's Church Community Co-Worker||Charles Dickens||£48,730|
|59F||Somerstown Hubs Defibrillators||Charles Dickens||£2990|
|59F||Public realm improvements to Station Square & Isambard Brunel Road||City Wide||£230,000 spent (£594,000 allocated)|
|59F||City Centre public realm improvements||City Wide||£190,000 spent (£437,200 allocated)|
|59F||College Park CCTV||Copnor||£1,500|
|59F||Zetland Field barrier & bollards||Drayton and Farlington||£3,805|
|59F||Public Bicycle Repair Stands & Pumps - South Parade Pier/Eastney Beach||Eastney and Craneswater||£1,990|
|59F||Locksway Road Speed bumps||Milton||£6,000|
|59F||Eastney Community Centre CCTV Equipment||Milton||£447|
|59F||Eastney & Milton Allotments Defibrillator Unit||Milton||£1,794|
|59F||Cottage Grove Prim School - Renovation of outbuilding||St Thomas||£29,374|
|59F||Public Bicycle Repair Stands & Pumps - A3 Gyratory / Broad Street||St Thomas||£1,990|
2.5. CIL receipts retained (allocated and unallocated)
2.5.1. The total amount of CIL receipts, received prior to 2019/20, which had been allocated (to an infrastructure project or item), but not spent, by the end of 2019/20: £11,925,555
2.5.2. The total amount of CIL receipts, received prior to 2019/20, which had not been allocated (to an infrastructure project or item) by the end of 2019/20: £0 (zero)
2.5.3. The total amount of CIL receipts, whenever collected including 2019/20, which were allocated (whether allocated prior to or during 2019/20) but not spent during 2019: £14,950,575
2.5.4. Summary details of the infrastructure projects or items to which CIL receipts, whenever collected including 2019/20, have been allocated (but not spent) and the amount allocated to each item:
As part of the rolling 5 year Capital Programme approved by Cabinet and Full Council, CIL receipts are allocated to appropriate infrastructure schemes. The following table shows allocation for 2020/21.
The full details can be found on the Full Council Meeting 11 February 2020 webpage.
|Education Portfolio||School places, SEND phase 1 & 2||£395,520|
|Southsea Coastal defences||£4,800,000|
|Leader Portfolio||City Centre Road||£10,254,614|
|Traffic and Transportation Portfolio||Local Transport Plan & Road Safety 3||£699,500|
|Full business case for extension to Tipner multi story car park||£500,000|
2.5.5 Summary details of any Notices served in accordance with regulation 59E (to recover CIL previously passed to a parish or town council) and whether sums had been recovered by end of 2019/20: £0 (zero)
2.5.6. CIL receipts received in 2019/20 retained at the end of 2019/20 (other than those to which CIL regulation 59E and 59F applied): £3,025,020
2.5.7 CIL receipts received before 2019/20 retained at the end of 2019/20 (other than those to which CIL regulation 59E and 59F applied): £11,925,555
2.5.8. CIL receipts received in 2019/20 to which CIL regulation 59E or 59F applied, retained at the end of 2019/20: £567,191
2.5.9. CIL receipts received prior to 2019/20 to which CIL regulation 59E or 59F applied, retained at the end of 2019/20: £457,364
2.6. The (CIL) Infrastructure List
2.7. Regulation 121A(1)(a) requires the infrastructure funding statement to include:
“a statement of the infrastructure projects or types of infrastructure which the charging authority intends will be, or may be, wholly or partly funded by CIL (other than CIL to which regulation 59E or 59F applies) (“the infrastructure list”)”
This Infrastructure List replaces the previous Regulation 123 list (see appendix A).
Infrastructure which may be wholly or partly funded by CIL:
The Portsmouth City Council five year rolling Capital Programme which is approved at Cabinet and Full Council includes details of infrastructure to be funded by CIL. The flexibility afforded by the infrastructure list will allow CIL income to be directed/redirected to the most needed supporting infrastructure in the event of changing priorities. Updates on spending and allocations will be provided in the annual infrastructure funding statement.
The cost of infrastructure needed to support the development of Portsmouth continues to outstrip income received from developer contributions and a significant funding gap exists. After publication of the new Portsmouth Plan, it is anticipated that a CIL charging schedule review will be undertaken to ensure an appropriate charging rate is set.
3.1. Headline Figures
|Total money to be provided through planning obligations agreed in 2019/20||£1,994,531|
|Total money received through planning obligations (whenever agreed) in 2019/20||£69,012|
|Total money, received through planning obligations (whenever agreed), spent in 2019/20||£148,259|
|Total money, received through planning obligations (whenever agreed), retained at the end of 2019/20 (excluding “commuted sums” for longer term maintenance)||£1,481,973|
|Total money, received through planning obligations (whenever agreed), retained at the end of 2019/20 as “commuted sums” for longer term maintenance||£580,061|
|Total number of affordable housing units to be provided through planning obligations agreed in 2019/20||None|
|Total number of school places for pupils to be provided / were provided through planning obligations||None (as N/A)|
|18/00057/FUL||Moneyfields||Employment and Skills Plan||improve training and skills of workforce employed|
|17/01171/FUL||Lakeside Business Park||Habitat Management Plan||provide for the enhancement, establishment, maintenance and management of the mitigation land.|
|17/01171/FUL||Lakeside Business Park||Employment & Skills Plan||to improve the training skills and employability of the workforce to be employed for the construction of the development.|
|18/01868/FUL||Kingston Prison||Travel Plan||reducing reliance on private cars|
|18/01868/FUL||Kingston Prison||Employment & Skills Plan||improve training and skills of workforce|
|18/01868/FUL||Kingston Prison||Affordable Housing||Ceases to have effect if Freehold interest transferred to Registered Provider (done).|
3.2. Summary details of the items of infrastructure on which money received through planning obligations (whenever received) has been spent in 2019/20, and the amount of money, received through planning obligations, spent on each item:
|Hilsea Splash Pool||£15,752|
|Parks & open space protection measures to prevent incursion||£10.000|
|Contribution to roof repairs at Southsea skatepark||£10,000|
|Southsea enhancement design||£39,572|
|Horsea Island Country Park - Fencing||£30,000|
|City Centre - Road||£42,935|
3.3. Total amount of money, received through planning obligations (whenever agreed and money received), spent in 2019/20 on repaying money borrowed, including any interest, and details of the items of infrastructure which that money was used to provide: £0 (zero)
3.4. Total amount of money, received through planning obligations (whenever agreed and money received), spent in 2019/20 in respect of monitoring (including the preparation of the section 106 report for this Infrastructure Funding Statement) in relation to the delivery of planning obligations: £2,000
3.5. Section 106 receipts retained (allocated and unallocated)
3.5.1. The total amount of money, received through planning obligations prior to 2019/20, which had not been allocated (to an infrastructure project or item) by the end of 2019/20: £0
3.5.2. The total amount of money, received under any planning obligation in any year, which had been allocated (to an infrastructure project or type) for spending by the end of 2019/20 but which had not been spent: £0
3.5.3. Summary details of the infrastructure items to which receipts from planning obligations, whenever collected including 2019/20, have been allocated (but not spent) and the amount allocated to each item:
|Infrastructure Type||Planning Obligation receipts allocated|
|Highways / Travel||£438,607|
Regulation 123 list is valid from 1 April 2012.
Regulation 123 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 restricts the use of planning obligations for infrastructure that will be funded in whole or in part by the Community Infrastructure Levy, to ensure no duplication between the two types of developer contributions*. A CIL charging authority is expected to publish a list of infrastructure that will benefit from CIL on its website.
The list below sets out those infrastructure projects that Portsmouth City Council intends will be, or may be, wholly or partly funded by CIL. In accordance with Regulation 123, developer contributions to the projects listed will not be sought through planning obligations.
The city council will review this list at least once a year, as part of its monitoring of CIL collection and spend.
NB inclusion of infrastructure types in this list does not signify a commitment from the city council to fund all the projects listed, or the entirety of any one project through CIL. The order in the table does not imply any order of preference for spend.
|Infrastructure projects to be funded at least in part by the CIL|
|Flood Risk Management Infrastructure to protect Flood Cell 1 of the Portsea Island Coastal Defence Strategy|
|Flood Risk Management Infrastructure to protect Flood Cell 4 of the Portsea Island Coastal Defence Strategy|
|School Places (primary and secondary schools)|
|Improvements to Southsea Common and the Seafront|
|Improved City Centre road network|
|Horsea Island Country Park|
|Bridge Link Tipner to Horsea Island|
|M275 Junction at Tipner|
|Park & Ride at Tipner|
|The Hard Transport Interchange|
|Station Square Transport Interchange|
|City Centre Public Realm Improvements|
* Regulation 123(2) of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulation 2010 states that ‘A planning obligation may not constitute a reason for granting planning permission for the development to the extent that the obligation provides for the funding or provision of relevant infrastructure.’