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Community Infrastructure Levy

Question for Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

UIN HL15404, tabled on 29 April 2019

To ask Her Majesty's Government which local authorities in England make use of the Community Infrastructure Levy; and what is the latest annual revenue for each local authority from that charge.

Answered on

14 May 2019

There are currently 161 Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) charging authorities in England. Of these, 151 charging authorities were obliged to report on revenues for 2017-18. (Ten authorities started charging CIL during the reporting year and will report their first CIL data in 2018/19).

The 151 authorities reporting in 2017/18 comprised of 148 Local Authorities 1 National Park,1 Mayoral Development Corporation in London (London Legacy Development Corporation) and the Mayor of London (MCIL) which is accounted for separately

The MCIL revenue broken down by borough is published on the Mayor of London website https://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/mcil_annual_receipt_update_2012-2018.pdf

The revenue for each charging authority is listed below

The latest reported data for CIL Charging Authorities

CIL Charging Authorities

2017-18

Babergh

£514,446.85

Barnet

£11,215,000.00

Basingstoke & Deane

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Bassetlaw

£734,775.37

Bath & North-East Somerset

£5,080,557.07

Bedford

£3,203,351.91

Birmingham

£2,207,929.60

Bournemouth BC

£992,707.37

Bracknell Forest

£4,366,101.09

Bradford

£0.00

Brent

£28,890,719.27

Bristol

£3,736,616.37

Broadland

£1,778,525.41

Cannock Chase

£211,434.00

Chelmsford

£4,796,444.11

Cheltenham

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Cheshire East

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Cheshire West & Chester

£0.00

Chesterfield

£718,070.00

Chichester DC

£2,852,376.37

Chorley

£1,810,580.84

Christchurch

£130,626.00

City of London

£5,109,817.89

Cornwall

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Crawley

£80,605.40

Croydon

£10,389,000.00

Dacorum

£1,020,632.72

Dartford

£915,999.00

Daventry DC

£989,653.96

Dudley

£78,936.09

East Cambridgeshire

£2,718,931.00

East Devon

£396,086.35

East Dorset

£114,135.67

East Hampshire

£999,755.01

Eastbourne BC

£57,807.65

Elmbridge

£5,963,000.00

Enfield

£502,861.61

Epsom & Ewell

Exeter

£6,510,742.00

Fareham

£1,764,562.00

Gateshead

£34,009.23

Gedling

£417,212.34

Gloucester City

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Gosport BC

£85,054.03

Hambleton DC

£838,404.32

Hammersmith & Fulham

£2,707,031.27

Haringey

£1,887,688.21

Harrow

£4,685,689.00

Havant

£1,517,620.13

Hertsmere

£1,913,203.51

Hillingdon

£3,636,863.00

Horsham

£28,822.51

Hull (Kingston-Upon-Hull)

£0.00

Huntingdonshire

£6,173,921.25

Islington

£8,247,191.50

Kings Lynn & West Norfolk

£116,052.00

Kingston-Upon-Thames, LB

£504,983.04

Lambeth

£2,786,078.10

LB Barking and Dagenham

£829,421.19

LB Bexley

£1,918,210.06

LB Camden

£1,130,005.00

LB Greenwich

£2,756,431.28

LB Hackney

£9,885,003.57

LB Hounslow

£3,847,417.73

LB Kensington & Chelsea

£4,948,148.00

LB Southwark

LB Tower Hamlets

£13,991,577.67

Leeds

£4,151,410.86

Lewes

£2,667,782.93

Lewisham

£3,359,091.04

Lichfield

£286,797.04

Lincoln City

£0.00

London Legacy Development Corporation

£2,805,206.62

Maidstone

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Malvern Hills

£522,456.00

Merton

£2,613,369.66

Mid Suffolk

£767,976.72

Mole Valley

£456,465.21

New Forest DC

£1,084,989.09

Newark & Sherwood

£543,708.74

Newcastle

£3,204,857.00

Newham

£7,225,689.17

North Kestevan

£0.00

North Somerset

£0.00

North Tyneside

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Northampton

£0.00

Norwich

£793,805.00

Oxford

£4,995,586.00

Peterborough City Council

£496,541.93

Plymouth

£1,347,113.86

Poole

£3,583,593.38

Portsmouth

£2,040,791.00

Preston

£4,671,592.50

Purbeck

£383,100.82

Reading BC

£4,452,136.82

Redbridge

£490,656.47

Reigate & Banstead

£965,418.45

Richmond-Upon-Thames

£2,392,107.00

Rother

£406,111.36

Rotherham

£0.00

Rutland County Council DC

£265,730.00

Ryedale DC

£57,176.66

Sandwell

£224,433.20

Sedgemoor BC

£470,567.34

Selby

£478,243.31

Sevenoaks

£3,064,576.85

Sheffield

£3,634,677.16

Shepway ( Folkestone and Hythe)

£25,689.00

Shropshire

£8,159,345.15

Solihull

£872,794.00

South Downs NP

£197,481.49

South Gloucestershire

£2,051,165.87

South Lakeland

£160,805.60

South Norfolk

£1,691,906.60

South Northamptonshire

£366,112.00

South Oxfordshire

£2,190,161.72

South Ribble

553,388.00

South Somerset

£0.00

Southampton

£4,659,899.27

Southend-On-Sea Borough Council

£300,390.86

Spelthorne BC

£1,155,129.31

Stratford-On-Avon

£0.00

Stroud

£26,608.47

Suffolk Coastal

£2,263,573.95

Surrey Heath

£4,999,872.77

Sutton

£1,736,709.92

Swindon

£735,431.08

Tamworth

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Tandridge

£1,092,244.45

Taunton Deane

£1,020,799.29

Teignbridge

£2,105,061.00

Test Valley

£405,863.44

Tewkesbury

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Three Rivers BC

£1,623,639.07

Torbay

£180.00

Trafford

£1,067,425.22

Vale of White Horse

£70,014.12

Wakefield

£1,277,009.58

Waltham Forest

£6,706,177.45

Wandsworth

£24,919,139.00

Warwick

£0.00

Watford BC

£762,986.63

Waveney

£669,315.87

Waverley

First revenue will be reported in 2018/19

Wealden

£4,798,864.04

West Berkshire BC

£1,678,294.15

West Dorset

£246,320.40

West Lancashire

£2,257,038.00

West Lindsay

£0.00

Westminster

£14,998,766.32

Weymouth & Portland

£127,050.08

Wiltshire County Council

£3,779,931.65

Winchester

£2,833,034.00

Windsor & Maidenhead

£823,912.20

Woking BC

£1,280,088.10

Wokingham

£11,231,644.00

Worcester City

£0.00

Worthing

£267,274.53

Wychavon

£745,854.00

Wycombe

£4,513,827.00

Total CIL

£348,100,791.43

MCIL

£108,994,589.00

To note:

1. this information has been gathered by MHCLG from council websites, for monitoring purposes and so the data has not been subject to the full quality assurance required for Government statistics.

2. Where there is no figure for CIL revenue in the table, authorities have yet to report their 2017-18 CIL revenue.

Answered by

Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government