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Developer Contributions 2021/22

0. Projects or types of infrastructure we intend to contribute towards

Infrastructure projects and types of infrastructure that may be funded partly or wholly by Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).

  • Priority: Dawlish Coastal Park Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (DA7) to satisfy the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017 (as amended).
  • Priority: SW Exeter Ridge-top Park Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SWE3) to satisfy the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017 (as amended).
  • Priority: Other strategic permanent Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space considered necessary to satisfy the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017 (as amended).
  • Priority: Infrastructure projects contained within the South East Devon European Site Mitigation Strategy which are required to satisfy the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017 (as amended).
  • Aller Valley Country Park and Aller Valley Trail (KK4).
  • Playing pitches, allotments and parks which are not required through built development allocations or to replace existing open space provision lost as a result of development
  • Education infrastructure.
  • Comprehensive realignment of the A382 from Newton Abbot, Churchills Roundabout to Drumbridges Roundabout (at A38). Road improvements will include appropriate cycle lane provision.
  • South Devon Link Road including a road and pedestrian/cycle bridge on or related to Kingskerswell Road between Decoy and the South Devon Link Road.
  • Pedestrian, cycle and vehicular bridge at Shutterton Brook, Dawlish.
  • A30 Park and Ride facility.
  • A382 Park and Change facility.
  • Marsh Barton Rail Station.
  • New or improved infrastructure for cycling, walking and public transport. This excludes any infrastructure required in connection with a specific development proposal which meets the tests within Regulation 122(2) of the CIL Regulations 2010 in relation to that proposal.
  • Strategic sports and recreation hub(s) such as a leisure centre including new swimming pool, sports facilities and playing pitches that may reasonably be considered to serve the needs of the wider district. This excludes any infrastructure required in connection with a specific development proposal which meets the tests within Regulation 122(2) of the CIL Regulations 2010 in relation to that proposal.
  • Strategic flood prevention infrastructure that serves the wider locality. This excludes any infrastructure required in connection with a specific development proposal which meets the tests within Regulation 122(2) of the CIL Regulations 2010 in relation to that proposal.

When this content has been updated

Last updated 9 April 2024