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A CIL charging authority is expected to publish a list of infrastructure that it intends will benefit from CIL on its website. We may review this list at least once a year as part of our monitoring of CIL collection and expenditure.
It should be emphasised that the inclusion of a project or type of infrastructure in this list, either now or at a future date, does not signify a commitment from the council to fund either in whole or in part the listed project or type of infrastructure through CIL. The order in the table does not imply any order of preference or weighting of one project as opposed to another.
Our Regulation 123 list of infrastructure that it intends will be partly or in whole funded through Community Infrastructure Levy is as follows:
1. Education facilities (with the exception of those in the relation to the Elstree Way Corridor)
2. Transport and highways improvements (with the exception of those in the relation to the Elstree Way Corridor) including those set out in Urban Transport Plans
3. Publicly accessible leisure facilities (including children play areas and outdoor/indoor facilities)
4. Publicly accessible open space provision and allotments
5. Health care facilities
6. Library services
7. Emergency services
8. Youth Services
9. Childcare & Early Years Services
10. Town Centre and public realm improvements
The above list applies unless the need for the infrastructure arises directly from five or fewer developments, where s106 arrangements may continue to apply if the infrastructure is required to make the development acceptable in planning terms.
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