From the total of the CIL receipts collected, 15% of the generated income is required to be allocated towards the provision of new infrastructure in the community in which development has taken place, up to a limit of £100 per existing Council Tax dwelling. This rises to 25% of receipts where a community has a Neighbourhood Plan or Development Order in place (applicable to Bassett Ward).
Up to 5% of the levy receipts can be spent on administering and enforcing the levy and are allocated for such purposes.
70% - 80% of the total CIL receipts can be spent on strategic infrastructure for the City.
- Southampton City Council Infrastructure Funding Statement 2019/20
- Southampton City Council Infrastructure Funding Statement 2020/21
- Breakdown of the CIL receipts received since its introduction on the 1 September 2013 to the end of the 2020/21 financial year
- Breakdown of the neighbourhood portion of CIL since its introduction on 1 September 2013 to the end of the financial year 2020/21
- CIL Spend details to 2019 - the details of how CIL has been spent in the following financial years are included within the Infrastructure Funding Statements available to view in this document