Please note, this page is left on our website for information only. It will be updated with the relevant dates for the CIL Spending Bid Process 2020-2021 when known.
How do you bid?
We will be inviting new CIL bids from community groups and other stakeholders between Friday 28 June and Friday 9 August 2019.
The relevant form, according to type of bid, is available below. Before submitting your form please check you have met the submission requirements.
The extent of funds available to bid for this year, for the potential provision of infrastructure across the borough, is £1.65m for the ‘123 Pot’ and £500k for the ‘Neighbourhood Portion’.
Further advice on the bidding process can be sought by emailing email@example.com or telephoning 023 9244 6545.
Who can bid?
Bids can be submitted by Havant Borough Councillors, community groups and infrastructure providers using the relevant form.
As the bidding has now closed the forms have been removed from this webpage.
If you are unsure of which of the forms best suits your bid please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 023 9244 6545 for advice.
What is Infrastructure?
Infrastructure is defined in pages 9 and 10 of the CIL Charging Schedule.
- CIL Charging Schedule (pdf 1.5 mb)
What type of Infrastructure will the council consider funding?
The Regulation 123 List remains an indicative list, which sets out those infrastructure projects that Havant Borough Council may wholly or partly fund by CIL. Bids with match funding in place are likely to be considered more favourably. See the CIL Funding Decision Protocol 2020.
It is a requirement that 50% match funding is necessary for bids made under the Neighbourhood Portion.
- CIL Regulation 123 List (pdf 25 kb)
How will the council consider my bid for CIL Funding?
After the closing date of 9 August 2019, bids will be considered in accordance with the CIL Funding Protocol 2019.
The bids are timetabled to be taken to Council on 26 February 2020.
What expenditure of CIL funds has been agreed to date?
Full details can be found on our Community Infrastructure Levy spending decisions page.