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6. Local Fund
What is the Local Fund?
A proportion of the money received through the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) will be made available to spend on local projects in the neighbourhoods where development has been built. This is known as the Reigate & Banstead CIL Local Fund.
The CIL Local Fund can be spent in a variety of ways for example improving the nearby community hall, providing new playground equipment at a local green space, upgrading walking and cycling routes to local schools, or enhancing local shopping parades.
In Horley, and in Salfords and Sidlow, where there is an existing Parish or Town Council the CIL Local funding generated from developments in those areas will be passed to them to spend. In the rest of the Borough, which is divided in to four areas, (see the Panel Areas Map), the money will be retained by the Borough Council to be spent in the area in which it was raised, in consultation with local communities and ward Councillors. The amount of money available through the Local Fund in each area will vary, depending upon how much new development is being built.
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Community Infrastructure Levy Team
Reigate and Banstead Borough Council
CIL Local Fund 2019 Survey
We held a survey in September or October 2019 to understand your priorities for spending CIL Local funds and for project suggestions.
Priorities and suggestions for Horley Town Council and Salfords and Sidlow Parish Council have been passed on to the Town and Parish Councils.
Please see the attached summary for the priorities identified by the communities in each area
The projects selected for CIL Local funding will be reported in the Annual Infrastructure Funding Statement in 2020 and subsequent years.
Local groups (such as residents associations, business guilds, sports clubs and community groups) and infrastructure providers (such as Environment Agency, NHS and or GP practices, Surrey County Council) may suggest projects or improvements that they would like to deliver by completing and submitting a Project Suggestion Form (Word) to us at the address on the form.