CIL Infrastructure List (Regulation 123)

Regulation 123 provides for Councils to set out a list of those infrastructure projects or types of infrastructure that it intends will be, or may be, wholly or partly funded through the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).

The purpose of the list is to differentiate between those types of infrastructure that the authority intends to fund through CIL and those areas where a planning obligation under S106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended) or another source of funding may be pursued to deliver the relevant infrastructure item.

The list below sets out those infrastructure projects or types of infrastructure that the Councils intend will be, or may be, wholly or partially funded by CIL. In accordance with Regulation 123, developer contributions to the projects listed (CIL draft List) will not be sought through planning obligations or S278 of Highways Act 1980 when CIL is operational.

CIL List (Core Strategy and Urban Core Plan Ref. , IDP Ref.( IDP)) List Exclusions (Core Strategy and Urban Core Plan Ref.) ( Unitary Development Plan UDP Ref.), IDP Ref.( IDP))

Strategic Cycle Routes (citywide) in Newcastle (CS13(1)(i)), (IDP T11)

 

Necessary site specific transport measures required to make the development acceptable

 

West Road bus corridor (CS13 (1)) (IDP T3)

 

Necessary site specific transport measures required to make the development acceptable

 

Potential New Tyne Crossing (feasibility) in Newcastle (CS13 (2) (v.)), (IDP T32)

 

 

Urban Core Distributor Road in Newcastle (UC9), (IDP UCDR1)

 

Necessary site specific transport measures required to make the development acceptable

 

Urban Core Bus Loop in Newcastle UC7 (3), (IDP BL1)

 

Necessary site specific transport measures required to make the development acceptable

 

Urban Core Primary and Secondary pedestrian Routes in Newcastle (UC5), (IDP PPR (Newcastle), PPR6- PPR10, and SPR1- SPR2)

 

Necessary site specific transport measures required to make the development acceptable

 

Primary age school provision ( Rec.-Yr6) (DEL1)

Provision of serviced land, capital build, access and associated site curtilage costs**  to mitigate the impact of the allocated sites ( Site Policies AOC1,NN1-4, NV1-3) in the Core Strategy and Urban Core Plan (IDP GA1.3( primary age school provision only), GA2.3, GA7.1)

 

Secondary age school provision (DEL 1, Site Policies AOC1,NN1-4, NV1-3)

Serviced land required for new secondary school age provision (land for building and site curtilage including site access, hard and soft landscaping, playing fields) at Newcastle Great Park (Policy NN4(1)(i)) (IDP ref GA1.3, secondary age school provision only)

 

Major Built Sports Facilities identified in the Council’s Plan for Built Facilities 2015-2030 (adopted October 2015) (indoor swimming pools)

 

Site specific compliance with saved UDP open space standards (UDP OS1/OS1.1/OS1.2) and associated built facilities.

 

Strategic Green Infrastructure projects within the Green infrastructure Network and Opportunity Areas and identified in Green Infrastructure Delivery Plan (CS18 (3) & CS18 (4), UC15)

 

Green infrastructure and open space required for development scheme compliance with saved UDP open space standards (UDP OS1/OS1.1/OS1.2) and associated replacement open  space.

 

Strategic flood risk and drainage projects identified in the forthcoming Local Flood Risk Management Strategy *(CS17)

 

Site specific flood risk mitigation measures identified in site specific flood risk/drainage strategy

 

Infrastructure to support regeneration in the defined Neighbourhood Opportunity Areas (Policy CS3) in the Core Strategy and Urban Core Plan

 

 

* The forthcoming Local Flood Risk Management Strategy may include projects emerging from the Ouseburn and City Centre Strategic Surface Water Management Plan.
** Site curtilage costs include the laying out of site access, hard and soft landscaping and sports pitches/playing fields required for education provision

 

November 2016

 

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