In the fine print of Reading Borough Council’s (RBC) consultation on prioritising projects which will benefit from a 15% share of Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), is the statement “flooding issue now resolved” at the Tank on Spring Gardens.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is paid by developers or landowners on new developments and at least 15% of the money collected must be spent on local projects. Reading Borough Council (RBC) have agreed a way in which this money can be allocated that complies with government regulations and are now consulting with residents on which projects to prioritise.
Have your say on the future of public parks. A national survey has been launched as part of an inquiry by the Communities and Local Government Committee to examine the impact of reduced local authority budgets on parks and consider concerns that their existence is under threat.