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).