How to make an application to East Harptree Parish Council for a grant of Community Infrastructure Levy funds
(1) Title of your project, the name of the organisation and contact details of those making the application.
(2) Provide a detailed summary of your proposals together with drawings/specifications and a timescale for the project.
(3) Provide detailed costings/sources of funds for the work and how much is required from CIL monies. Costings will ultimately need to be supported by 3 quotations. The EHPC has a legal duty to properly account for the expenditure of CIL monies and so quotations and detailed costings are required.
(4) Compliance with the CIL Regulations
Please identify if the proposal is in accordance with the CIL Regs by confirming if the project will meet the CIL Regulations (Reg 59C) to support the development of the East Harptree Parish area through:
A. the provision, improvement, replacement, operation or maintenance of infrastructure; or,
B. anything else that is concerned with addressing the demands that development places on an area.
(4)(a) To meet Criteria A, please identify what infrastructure priority your project addresses, and how your project relates to the provision, improvement, replacement, operation or maintenance of the proposed infrastructure.
(4)(b) To meet Criteria B, please identify what the demands are that development has placed on the local area that your project helps to address.
(5) If your project may give rise to ongoing maintenance obligations, please provide evidence of which legal entity will be accepting responsibility for this in the future.
(6) Projects must receive community support. Applicants will be required to provide evidence that the needs of the community have been listened to before applications will be considered.
The Parish Council may request further details before making a decision about the application. Additionally, because of the way the levy is received by the Parish Council which is related to the commencement dates for the developments it may not always be possible to fulfil applicants timescale requirements.
Applications should be made to the Parish Clerk.