The timetable and deadlines for the 2020/21 Area Committee decision-making process on CIL and Section 106 funding in Bristol area is now published.
If you have an idea you would like TRESA to take forward, please get in touch. Email: email@example.com
You can access all the information at: https://www.bristol.gov.uk/people-communities/funding-local-projects.
We are encouraging local organisations or groups who are considering putting forward a project proposal to their local Area Committee for Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL ) or Section 106 funding to come along to one of our information sessions in February to better understand the process. We will guide people through the process for 2020 decision-making, explain what you can and can’t use CIL and S106 to fund, and how to make a clear case. Space is limited so book early via
We are asking organisations and communities and Council departments to put forward proposals for potential projects for the Area Committee to consider by mid-March. Ward councillors will make sure the outline proposal forms (stage 1) are completed, ask for more information if required and then confirm their ‘in principle’ support for the idea and submit it. The deadline for final outline proposal forms (agreed in principle with ward councillors) is the 6 April 2020.
Please feel free to publicise this process to any resident groups or organisations you think might want to put forward ideas or projects which could meet the Community Infrastructure Levy criteria or the Section 106 monies which are available in your ward or neighbourhoods covered by your Area Committee.
Rachel Mohun, Investment and Social Action Officer
Neighbourhoods & Communities, Commercialisation + Citizen | Bristol City Council
Mobile: 07557821402 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PO Box 3399, Bristol City Council, Bristol, BS1 9NE