Utterly perverse Neighbourhood CIL decision from Haringey's cabinet

You may remember the recent consultation by Haringey on Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy.

Haringey consulted over whether to abandon the neighbourhood approach to neighbourhood CIL, and replace it with a Borough approach to neighbourhood CIL - ie. to scrap the 85% sent to Haringey rule in favour of 100%.

The result of the consultation was -
  •  "8.3   During the five-week consultation period, 86 responses were received. 27 responses (31.4%) supported the draft amendments, 50 responses (58.1%) opposed the draft amendments and 9 responses (10.5%) did not indicate a clear for or against position."
So, they've decided to go ahead and do it anyway despite cogent arguments against.
Of the 7 council areas, Noel Park and Harringay lose the most from a £1.2m allocation to net of £255k. Everyone else gets more than the original allocation (Hornsey goes from £144K to £184K). 

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This is disgusting. As someone who participated in the consultation, I also received an email about it. I was quite annoyed and sent a long, somewhat rambling response. I did not get a reply. 

What is the council playing at? Noel Park needs that money.

More proof that there’s no such thing as democracy on the local level in the UK.

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