Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Soho – we need your help

We need your help to decide priority projects for the Soho Neighbourhood Area to be funded by Westminster City Council through the Community Infrastructure Levy (“CIL”) CIL is a charge on developers made by the local authority and is triggered by planning permission. Where a neighbourhood plan such as Plan for Soho has been adopted, 25% of the levy collected within the neighbourhood area is available and 15% of the levy is available where no neighbourhood plan is yet in place. Money raised through CIL must be spent on infrastructure projects that help to meet the needs of the local community. … Continue reading Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Soho – we need your help

Westminster City Council New City Plan – now open for consultation until 21 December

Drum roll please…the long awaited Westminster City Plan has been published and is now open for consultation until Wednesday 21 December. This is a vital document for the development of the Soho Neighbourhood Plan, as any proposed neighbourhood policies need to align, under current planning law, with national, city (London) and local (Westminster) planning policies and frameworks. Within the City Plan are three pages dedicated to the Soho area, across pages 74-76. To review and/or download the Plan please review here.      Continue reading Westminster City Council New City Plan – now open for consultation until 21 December

Get Involved! Westminster City Council opens the Future of Oxford Street Public Consultation

Westminster City Council has opened a new consultation on its proposals for a revised Oxford Street Strategy. Their new proposal features 96 projects across 87 spaces/streets identified, with major projects at Oxford Circus, Marble Arch, Cavendish Square. Westminster have earmarked £150 million over three years to support the realisation of the proposed plan. The consultation is open until 16th December 2018 – to make sure your opinion is considered make sure you respond by this deadline. All information on how you can respond can be found here. Summary Headline Proposals: Oxford Street will maintain two-way vehicle movement and will prioritise … Continue reading Get Involved! Westminster City Council opens the Future of Oxford Street Public Consultation