Decision details

Westminster Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and pooled Section 106 contributions – Project Allocations (Q4)

Decision Maker: Cabinet CIL Committee

Decision status: Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: Yes


The report seeks to allocate CIL and s106 developer contributions to infrastructure projects to support growth in Westminster following receipt of monies from development.


The Cabinet CIL Committee:


1.       Approved the expenditure of £7.856m from Westminster’s City CIL Strategic Portion.

(i)              Burlington Gardens Public Realm

(ii)            Westbourne Terrace Bridge Road

(iii)           Westminster Schools Travel Plan Programme 2019-20

(iv)           Rochester Road/ Greycoat Place Junction Improvements

(v)            Oxford Street District: Ramillies Street Public Realm

(vi)           Sayers Croft: Loxwood Hall Refurbishment

(vii)         Community Water Fountains

(viii)        Paddington Recreation Ground Sports Facilities

(ix)           King Solomon Academy Accessibility Improvements

(x)            St Luke’s CE School Infrastructure Improvements

(xi)           Queen’s Park Primary School SEN Learning Space

(xii)         Harrow Road Community Business School

(xiii)        Living Pillar Trial

(xiv)       CCTV Libraries and Leisure


Reasons for Decision 


In order to ensure robust and effective expenditure and reporting in line with the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended) and in accordance with the council’s strategic priorities, CIL spending policy statement and its framework for resource allocation and management.


Publication date: 27/04/2020

Date of decision: 21/01/2020

Date comes into force if not called in: 29/01/2020

Call-in deadline date: 28/01/2020