Delivering Infrastructure

Everybody knows the importance of new and improved infrastructure to support new developments.  We have a range of old and new ways of raising funds for infrastructure and of committing developers to spend money on and to provide infrastructure directly.

CIL Examination Hearing

Vale of White Horse District Council is carrying out a Public Examination of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Draft Charging Schedule (DCS).  The Examination will be conducted by Planning Inspector Malcolm Rivett. 

The CIL Examination was due to take place on 23 February 2017 (with 24 February held in reserve for continuation if required).  After careful consideration we have decided to postpone the CIL Examination hearing. Postponing the hearing will enable us to take full account of the 48 responses received during the latest round of consultations, and to carefully consider if we wish to propose any further modifications.  

We will provide an update on this page as soon as a new date for the hearing has been confirmed.

A strategy for infrastructure

Infrastructure planning is often complex with various agencies responsible for the provision and operation of infrastructure. 

To explain our approach to making sure the Vale is properly supported by infrastructure, we have created a Delivering Infrastructure Strategy (337.5 KB) icon .

The strategy provides an overview of:

  • how infrastructure is planned and delivered
  • the various agencies responsible for building, maintaining and operating the different types of infrastructure, and
  • the range of sources and mechanisms used to fund infrastructure, including CIL and Section 106 (S106)

Funding of infrastructure

Last reviewed: 15 - 02 - 2017

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