How the Community Infrastructure Levy is spent

The majority of the CIL collected will be spent on infrastructure required to support growth within Broadland and South Norfolk.

All infrastructure spending will be determined through a plan which is published separately and known as the Five Year Infrastructure Investment Plan

A list of funds collected and spent will be published annually as part of the Infrastructure Funding Statement.

Town and parish councils will receive 15% of CIL funds raised from development within their town or parish, which is capped at £100 per existing dwelling in the parish and index linked for inflation annually. 

A further 10% will be given to those councils which had an adopted neighbourhood plan in place at the time of the relevant planning permission being granted.