Neighborhood funding - Parish

Charging authorities are required to pass 15% of CIL receipts directly to those parish councils where the chargeable development has taken place. This increases to 25% where there is a neighbourhood development plan in place or where permission has been granted for a neighbourhood development order.  

The Neighbourhood Portion must be spent on:-

  • the provision, improvement, replacement, operation or maintenance of infrastructure; or
  • anything else that is concerned with addressing the demands that development places on an area.

Guidance notes have been prepared to support parish councils through this process.

CIL Neighbourhood Funding Note for Gedling Borough Parish Councils


For each year where they have received the Neighbourhood Portion through CIL, parish councils must publish a report detailing funds and expenditure.  These reports must be published either on the parish council’s website or Gedling Borough Council’s website.  4 Parish Council in receipt of the Neighbourhood Portion have provided monitoring reports for 2017/18.

Burton Joyce

Burton Joyce CIL Monitoring Report 2017/18


Lambley CIL Monitoring Report 2017/18


Linby CIL Monitoring Report 2017/18


Ravenshead CIL Report 2017 2018


If you have any questions please contact the CIL Officer on 0115 901 3722 or e-mail