When developers receive planning permission for some larger, new developments, they’re required to make a payment to the council. This helps fund local infrastructure improvements. This payment is called Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). Of this, between 15-25% of the funds has to be allocated by the Council as Neighbourhood CIL.
On the basis of feedback received from this consultation, the council will decide how to prioritise spending on particular Neighbourhood CIL funded projects. Too feed in, click on this LINK
All are welcome to attend the Willesden Area Consultative Forum which takes place on Tonight at the College of North West London, Denzil Road, NW10. Start time is 7pm prompt.
The meeting will be chaired by me. The main items on the agenda at this meeting are:
1 Willesden High Road improvements
2 Introduction of the new waste collection service
3 New structure of the Safer Neighbourhood Teams
4 Education standards in Brent
5 Community Infrastructure Levy – the levy allows local authorities to raise funds from developers undertaking new building projects in the local area.
I have also invited representatives from the fire brigade who will be available to talk to people during the break about fire safety. I felt this was important due to the tragic incident that happened in my ward last month in Sonia Gardens in Neasden, which is in my Ward.
There will also be a representative from the Willesden Sports Centre to talk to during the break.
I look forward to seeing you tonight.