Amendments to the Community Infrastructure Regulations in 2019 require any local authority which receives developer contributions to publish online an Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS). The first statement must be produced by 31 December 2020 and be updated at least annually. The IFS contains information on CIL monies and Section 106 agreements along with an ‘infrastructure list’ setting out the infrastructure projects or types which the Council intends to fund wholly or partly by the levy. This infrastructure list replaces the previous Regulation 123 List.
In addition, government guidance recommends that local authorities publish the raw data that informed the IFS in an ‘open source’ format. These are available in the form of csv files below and follow the government’s recommended structure. This data is provided under the Open Government Licence:
- Developer agreements (link to csv file)
- Developer agreement contributions (link to csv file)
- Developer agreement transactions (link to csv file)
Prior to December 2020 the CIL Regulations required the Council produce an annual report, known as the Regulation 62 Report, which set out how much CIL had been collected by the authority. The regulation 62 reports are available below: