Hampstead Neighbourhood Forum CIL SURVEY 2018 - 2019
Hampstead Town Ward has been allocated more than £700,000 for infrastructure projects. The money comes from the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), a tax on developers. Over the last three years, local residents have given their views on which local projects should be funded, and this has resulted in the successful completion of several of them. A substantial amount of money is still available. Now, we are asking your views on additional projects.

CIL money must be spent on infrastructure projects that help to meet the needs of the local community. Local councillors have the final say in allocating the funds, in consultation with neighbourhood forums and local communities. The Hampstead Neighbourhood Forum is carrying out this third survey after receiving a strong response from more than 400 people last year.

Previously supported projects include help with the Burgh House restoration, a new kitchen for the Community Centre, books and equipment for Keats Library and improved facilities for a dementia ward at Royal Free Hospital. Other projects, approved but not yet completed, include providing new toilets at Keats House, opening up Oriel Place Garden and improving the street lighting in South End Green.

The survey asks your opinion about eight new proposals. You can support as many or as few as you like. All the proposals will be subject to scrutiny of costs and plans, to the receipt of any necessary approvals, and to eventual decisions by Camden Council.

Please complete the survey by Monday 12 November, and please help us to analyse the results by adding your postcode and email address. However, the survey is anonymous and the information will not be used for any other purpose.

If you want to ask the Forum any questions, or if you have any comments on the survey itself, or if you are not a Forum member and would like to join, please email info@hampsteadforum.org.

Thank you for completing the survey.

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