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Monitoring Report 10: Infrastructure

This report is one of a series of topic based reports which together constitute the Christchurch and East Dorset Authorities' Monitoring Report.

These reports will be regularly updated. The date that the information was last updated is indicated alongside each table/section as appropriate. Further topic areas can be viewed in the Christchurch and East Dorset Authorities' Monitoring Report.

Financial contributions for infrastructure

The tables below shows the amount of developer contributions received though section 106 agreements. We are seeking to adopt a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) charging schedule in spring 2016 so future monitoring will also include contributions received though CIL.

Christchurch 1 April 2012 - 31 March 2013

Christchurch 1 April 2012 - 31 March 2013
Infrastructuresection 106 funds receivedsection 106 spent
Transport

£154,729.69

£0

Heathlands

£209,090.25

£6,853.20

Affordable housing

£140,000

£0

Open space

£0

£230.16

Education

£0

£0

Other

£0

£27,483.39

Table last updated October 2016, using figures collected up to 31 March 2013

East Dorset 1 April 2012 - 31 March 2013

Infrastructuresection 106 funds receivedsection 106 spent
transport

£164,609.16

£0

heathlands

£95,000.89

£148,265.57

affordable housing

£0

£0

open space

£0

£196,442.33

education

£0

£0

other

£9,534.44

£354,661.95

Table last updated October 2016, using figures collected up to 31 March 2013

Christchurch 1 April 2013 - 31 March 2014

Infrastructuresection 106 funds receivedsection 106 spent
transport

£58,866.18

£0

heathlands

£127,015.76

£38,522.03

affordable housing

£42,451

£0

open space

£0

£0

education

£0

£0

other

£0

£27,483.39

Table last updated October 2016 using figures collected up to 31 March 2014

East Dorset 1 April 2013 - 31 March 2014

Infrastructuresection 106 funds receivedsection 106 spent
transport

£156,548.24

£0

heathlands

£101,334.25

£60,280.90

affordable housing

£0

£0

open space

£0

£18,258.19

education

£0

£0

other

£207,144.92

£416,624.16

Table last updated October 2016 using figures collected up to 31 March 2014

Christchurch 1 April 2014 - 31 March 2015

Infrastructuresection 106 funds receivedsection 106 spent
transport

£62,402.09

£0

heathlands

£117,784

£89,004

affordable housing

£0

£123,000

open space

£0

£0

education

£0

£0

other

£0

£10,360

Table last updated October 2016 using figures collected up to 31 March 2015

East Dorset 1 April 2014 - 31 March 2015

Infrastructuresection 106 funds receivedsection 106 spent
transport

£171,634

£0

heathlands

£258,975.36

£54,896.22

affordable housing

£0

£0

open space

£240,052

£108,038.49

education

£0

£0

other

£6,711.66

£241,607.21

Table last updated October 2016, using figures collected up to 31 March 2015

Christchurch 1 April 2015 - 31 March 2016

Infrastructuresection 106 funds receivedsection 106 spent
transport

£39,486.32

£0

heathlands

£131,889.38

£229,488.34

affordable housing

£83,675

£0

open space

£0

£0

education

£0

£0

other

£33,441

£0

Table last updated October 2016, using figures collected up to 31 March 2016

East Dorset 1 April 2015 - 31 March 2016

Infrastructuresection 106 funds receivedsection 106 spent
transport

£144,734.52

£0

heathlands

£211,295.31

£69,602.95

affordable housing

£0

£0

open space

£0

£71,985.30

education

£0

£0

other

£6,745.20

£92,494.84

Table last updated October 2016, using figures collected up to 31 March 2016

Christchurch 1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017

Christchurch 1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017
 

section 106 funds received

section 106 spent

infrastructure

£20,00

£0

transport

£18,439.22

£354,045.50

heathlands

£110,992.86

£82,641.70

affordable housing

£129,462.51

£0

open space

£0

£0

education

£0

£0

other

£0

£19,926.70

Table last updated July 2019, using figures collected up to 31 March 2019

East Dorset 1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017

East Dorset 1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017

Infrastructure

section 106 funds received

section 106 spent

infrastructure

£0

£155,127.42

transport

£296,105

£724,595.62

heathlands

£38,159.79

£103,002.71

affordable housing

£0

£0

open space

£242,500

£3,403.65

education

£0

£0

other

£1,049.97

£974,397.85

Table last updated July 2019, using figures collected up to 31 March 2019

Christchurch 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018

Christchurch 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018

 

section 106 funds received

section 106 spent

infrastructure

£0

£0

transport

£30,100

£0

heathlands

£134,761.81

£56,250.67

affordable housing

£0

£0

open space

£0

£0

education

£0

£0

other

£0

£0

Table last updated July 2019, using figures collected up to 31 March 2019

East Dorset 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018

East Dorset 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018
 

section 106 funds received

section 106 spent

infrastructure

£0

£0

transport

£575,625

£573,125

heathlands

£45,945.25

£29,381.60

affordable housing

£50,000

£0

open space

£379,026

£40,254.85

education

£0

£0

other

£0

£0

Table last updated July 2019, using figures collected up to 31 March 2019

Christchurch 1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019

Christchurch 1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019
 

section 106 funds received

section 106 spent

infrastructure

£0

£0

transport

£0

£3,494.70

heathlands

£134,020

£245,487.94

affordable housing

£58,500

£0

open space

£0

£0

education

£0

£0

other

£0

£80,509.41

Table last updated July 2019, using figures collected up to 31 March 2019

East Dorset 1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019

East Dorset 1 April 2018 - 31 March 2019
 

section 106 funds received

section 106 spent

infrastructure

£180,00

£0

transport

£11,856

£10,210.93

heathlands

£98,860.28

£256,783.24

affordable housing

£138,700

£0

open space

£197,500

£287,167.52

education

£0

£0

other

£0

£0

Table last updated July 2019, using figures collected up to 31 March 2019

Community Infrastructure Levy (updated December 2018)

CIL is a locally set planning charge, introduced by the Planning Act 2008 (as amended) as a tool for local authorities in England and Wales to help deliver infrastructure to support development in their areas. The CIL charge is expressed as £ per square metre, and is levied on the gross internal floorspace of the net liable development.

The councils will be implementing their Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) with effect from 3 January 2017.

To ensure that the levy is open and transparent, charging authorities are required to publish a short report on the levy on their websites by 31 December each year, for the previous financial year (Regulation 62 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 [as amended]). In accordance with Regulation 62, which sets out what charging authorities must include in their reports; the councils’ report is as set out in the table below (NB. There has currently been no expenditure but future reports will also need to include summary details of CIL expenditure):

CIL Receipts and Expenditure

Monitoring / Financial Year

Christchurch

East Dorset

 -

CIL receipts (Total)

Expenditure (Total)

CIL receipts retained at the end of the financial year (total).

CIL receipts (Total)

Expenditure (Total)

CIL receipts retained at the end of the financial year (total).

1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017

0

0

0

0

0

0

1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018

£130,626

0

£130,626

£114,135.67

0

£114,135.67

Only the categories of development listed in the table will be CIL liable; and new neighbourhoods will be exempt. For further information regarding our CIL charges see Christchurch and East Dorset Community Infrastructure Levy.

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