Fareham Borough Council is consulting on changes to its Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulation 123 List and is inviting comments by 5pm on Thursday 1st February 2018.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a levy charged on many types of new developments to fund infrastructure within Fareham Borough.
The Council is required to publish a List (known as a Regulation 123 List) which sets out the types of infrastructure within the Borough which might be funded in full or part by CIL.
The proposed changes to the Regulation 123 List would allow the Council to seek seperate contributions for education provision, where it can be demonstrated there will be a shortfall in school places to meet the demand arising from particular development proposals.
Councillor Keith Evans, Executive Member for Planning and Development at Fareham Borough Council, said:
"This is an important issue which will enable the Council to help fund much needed school places within the Borough, without using the money needed for other infrastructure in local areas.
I would encourage all interested parties to have their say. Any representations received will be considered when the Council's Executive makes it decision."
Comments can be submitted by emailing email@example.com and will be accepted if sent before the closing date and time.
You can also have your say in writing to the Council's Civic Offices:
Fareham Borough Council
Civic Offices, Civic Way
Notes to editors:
For further information please see the Consultations webpage.
The Executive Member Briefing Paper and amended CIL Regulation 123 List are available on the Council's website at: http://moderngov.fareham.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=267&MId=3471&Ver=4
For further information contact:
The Communications Team, Tel: 01329 824310
fax: 01329 550576, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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