We undertook public consultation on the draft CIL Funding Programme for 2018/19 between Thursday 5 October and Friday 3 November 2017. There were nine projects shortlisted: improvements to the Tawd Valley, Skelmersdale; new changing facilities at Chequer Lane, Up Holland; new changing facilities at Whittle Drive, Ormskirk; new allotments, Ormskirk; improvements to the play area area at Thompson Ave, Ormskirk; Martin Mere Filtration Reed Bed, Burscough; improvements at Hunters Hill Country Park, Parbold; improvements at Cheshire Lines; Mere Sands Wood Visitor Centre Phase II, Holmeswood.
There were also four options for how we could spend the monies.
We undertook public consultation on the CIL Funding Programme for 2017/18 between 6 October and 4 November 2016. We considered all the comments we received and used them to help inform our final recommendations on the funding programme. A feedback report can be found below, which sets out how we responded to your comments. Cabinet members then made the final decision in January 2017 as to which schemes will be allocated CIL monies in 2017/18. The following projects were chosen:
The remainder of the collected monies will be pooled to be spent on strategic schemes in the future.
We asked for your views in October 2015 as to how you thought CIL monies should be spent in 2016/17. The consultation documents can be found below.
We considered all the views we received to make our recommendations to Cabinet in the (final) CFP. In January 2016, Cabinet made the final decision on how CIL monies would be spent in 2016/17.
The first 3 projects approved for CIL funding were:
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