Decision details

Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy for Bath Round 8

Decision Maker: Council Leader

Decision status: Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: Yes


The report that will follow will contain recommendations for funding :

(i) Pelican Crossing for Ensliegh
(ii) Glasshouse Sports Pavilion Access
(iii) Student Community Partnership Community Wardens
(iv) Wellbeing Community Rotunda Building at Newbridge
(v) Youth Connect South West provision in Southdown / Whiteway


The Cabinet Member agrees that funding be provided from Neighbourhood CIL Project Funding for Bath:


·  An allocation of £125,000 towards the installation of a new pedestrian crossing at Ensleigh BA-086(Capital Internal). This project will provide improved road safety to a new residential development. 

·  An allocation of £123,215.58 towards the cost of access improvements for the new pavilion and sports facilities at Glasshouse BA-070 (Capital External). This project will provide improved road infrastructure to support the new sports facilities being provided,

·  An allocation of £80,000 towards the build costs for a new Rotunda that will offer both, Wellbeing and Community Space at Newbridge School BA-091 (Capital External). This project will address the shortage of communities’ facilities and provide new health and wellbeing services to be delivered.

·  An allocation of £105,000 to fund two Student Community Wardens in Bath over the three-year period (September 2020 – September 2023) BA-088 (Revenue External). This project will support the communities which have seen high level of student accommodation delivered to the local area.

·  An allocation of £89,638 to fund Youth Service to serve the areas of Southdown and Whiteway in Bath over the three-year period (April 2020 – April 2023) BA-090 (Revenue External). This project with support the wider needs for increased and better youth provision across the City.

Reasons for the decision:

The process set out in the report ensured full consideration of the criteria contained in Regulation 59C of the 2010 Regulations as amended and it is therefore considered appropriate that these recommendations be made.

Alternative options considered:


Publication date: 16/07/2020

Date of decision: 15/07/2020

Effective from: 24/07/2020

Accompanying Documents: