RB KENSINGTON & CHELSEA

    INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN

    Client:
    RB Kensington & Chelsea
    Duration:
    TBC

    KEY OUTCOME

    Quicker, more efficient and effective prioritisation, allocation and deployment of CIL income.

    Project Objective

    To provide an update of the borough’s Infrastructure Delivery Plan (IDP) to support the Council’s Local Plan Partial Review, and to provide a new benchmark model for how Councils could prioritise and govern CIL expenditure.

    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan. © Inner Circle Consulting
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan. © Inner Circle Consulting

    Summary/Overview

    We worked closely with the Planning and Borough Development Team and officers in various council departments, to provide a well-presented and fully updated IDP and Infrastructure Schedule.

    In addition, just over a year since the introduction of the Council’s Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Regulation 123 list, the council sought a report into options for how CIL could be spent at the borough-wide and neighbourhood level.

    Using our knowledge of CIL legislation and national guidance, we went on to work with internal stakeholders and reviewed best practice from other local authorities to provide a report on potential approaches to the allocation, governance and spending of CIL in the Royal Borough.

    We worked closely with the Planning and Borough Development Team and officers in various council departments, to provide a well-presented and fully updated IDP and Infrastructure Schedule. In addition, just over a year since the introduction of the Council's Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Regulation 123 list, the council sought a report into options for how CIL could be spent at the borough-wide and neighbourhood level. Using our knowledge of CIL legislation and national guidance, we went on to work with internal stakeholders and reviewed best practice from other local authorities to provide a report on potential approaches to the allocation, governance and spending of CIL in the Royal Borough.
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan. © Inner Circle Consulting
    We worked closely with the Planning and Borough Development Team and officers in various council departments, to provide a well-presented and fully updated IDP and Infrastructure Schedule. In addition, just over a year since the introduction of the Council's Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Regulation 123 list, the council sought a report into options for how CIL could be spent at the borough-wide and neighbourhood level. Using our knowledge of CIL legislation and national guidance, we went on to work with internal stakeholders and reviewed best practice from other local authorities to provide a report on potential approaches to the allocation, governance and spending of CIL in the Royal Borough.
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan. © Inner Circle Consulting
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan. © Inner Circle Consulting

    Project Impact

    Both elements of this commission were delivered within the required timescales and exceeded the client’s expectations in terms of quality and added value.

    We set a new standard that was adopted by DLCG as best practice in the field.

    Both elements of this commission were delivered within the required timescales and exceeded the client's expectations in terms of quality and added value.
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan. © Inner Circle Consulting
    Both elements of this commission were delivered within the required timescales and exceeded the client's expectations in terms of quality and added value.
    RB Kensington & Chelsea Infrastructure Delivery Plan. © Inner Circle Consulting

    “Inner Circle did a great job pulling together a comprehensive report in a short period of time. At the request of DCLG it became a benchmark model for CIL income prioritisation”

    TBC

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