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Central Lancashire Community Infrastructure Levy - Draft Regulation 123 List

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Central Lancashire Community Infrastructure Levy


The following list is in draft form and therefore does not enjoy any formal status. It has been prepared purely for illustrative purposes in association with the consultation and subsequent Examination of the Community Infrastructure Draft Charging Schedules that are being progressed to adoption by the Central Lancashire Authorities of Preston, South Ribble and Chorley. The purpose of the list is to demonstrate the broad range and type of infrastructure that it is likely the authorities will seek to spend CIL funds upon. This is a 'living' document and will be the subject of on-going update and monitoring.

Regulation123 List for 2013/14

CIL Regulation 123 restricts the use of planning obligations for infrastructure that will be funded in whole or in part by the Community Infrastructure Levy, to ensure no duplication between the two types of developer contributions. Regulation 123(2) of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulation 2010 states, 'A planning obligation may not constitute a reason for granting planning permission for the development to the extent that the obligation provides for the funding or provision of relevant infrastructure'.

A CIL charging authority is expected to publish a list of infrastructure that it intends will benefit from CIL on its website. The Central Lancashire Authorities can review this list at least once a year as part of its monitoring of CIL collection and expenditure. The inclusion of a project or type of infrastructure in this list does not signify a commitment from the Councils to fund either in whole or in part the listed project or type of infrastructure through CIL. Nor does the order of the table imply any order of preference or weighting of one project as opposed to another.

This list has been derived having taken into account the background supporting documents that were prepared in association with the Core Strategy, which set out the infrastructure needed to deliver the development set out in the Strategy up to 2026. T

The Core Strategy was adopted in July 2012.Since that time Lancashire County Council has also adopted LTP3 Strategy and Implementation Plan, which sets out the strategic objectives for transport and travel over the next ten years and the implementation plan sets out a comprehensive programme of transport projects that will be implemented in the three years to 2013/14.

Infrastructure projects to be funded at least in part by the CIL


Chorley Infrastructure Delivery Schedule
ProjectTimingFunding Deficit £m
New Coppull Railway Station2014-20248.00
Mini interchange : Clayton Green Asda2012-20150.20
Railway Station Car Park Adlington (25 spaces)2012-20150.75
Chorley Railway Station car parking -Friday Street (110 spaces)2012-20150.80
Cycle Schemes
Clayton Brook and Whittle-le-Woods to Chorley A62015-20200.50
Canal towpath, Botany to Blackburn2015-20200.50
Chorley to Abbey Village -old railway2015-20201.00
Cycle Schemes near Wheelton on the A6762015-20200.125
Chorley North-East-Harpers Lane, Railway Rd- Park Rd2015-20200.30
Cycle Link, Croston to Ulnes Walton to Leyland2015-20200.15
Euxton-Wigan Rd and School Lane2015-20201.50
Buckshaw-Chancery Lane-Cuerden Valley ParkSouthport Road2015-20200.60
Chorley East -Eaves Lane, Lyons Lane, Yarrow Gate to Carr Lane/Myles Standish Way2015-20200.25
Improvements to Cycle Links - Adlington2015-20200.34
Chorley South to Coppull2015-20200.40
Eccleston to Chorley via Back Lane2015-20200.15
Extension to Euxton Medical Centre2012-0.15
Enhancement of Eccleston Medical Centre2011-120.50
Phase 2 Primary School; 1 form extension to Trinity Primary School2013-2016


Group 1 Site, 1 form entry primary school, Buckshaw Village2016-20215.50
Adlington half form entry primary places2016-20212.00
Clayton-le-Woods 1 form entry2016-20213.50-5.00
Eccleston half form entry places2016-20211.72
Green Infrastructure/public realm

Chorley Town Centre enhancements

Flat Iron enhancements








South Ribble Infrastructure Delivery Schedule
ProjectTimingFunding Deficit £m
Public Transport
Leyland Transport Hub2014-20240.50
Leyland Railway Station minor improvements2012-20151.025
Midge Hall- new railway station2012-20152.00
Cycle Schemes
River Lostock to Lancashire Business Park2015-20250.10
Cycle paths connecting Lostock Hall/Walton Park/CapitolCentre/Brownedge Rd/Factory Lane to railway /Tram Rd links2015-20151.00
Links around the Penwortham Area2015-20250.40
Cycle ways around Bamber Bridge and links to Preston2015-20250.40
Moss Side to Leyland2015-20250.10
Preston to BAE( Samlesbury) along the A592015-20250.50
Highway improvements
Highway Improvements to connect Cuerden Strategic Site to highway network and A582 improvements2015-202014.00
Cuerden site transport network2015-20244.82
Churchill Way Improvement Scheme2015-20250.25
Eccleston to Chorley via Back Lane2015-202112.00
New Leyland Medical Centre2016-20266.50
New primary care facility at Penwortham/Lostock Hall2021-20263.50
Redevelopment and relocation of Bamber Bridge Clinic2011-20160.20
Penwortham/Lostock Hall 2 form entry primary school with site2021-2026


Leyland/Farington 2 form entry primary school with site2016-20219.00
Green Infrastructure/public realm  

Towngate, Leyland junction improvements and museum enhancements

Upgrading Hough Lane Leyland Central Park, Lostock Hall

By 2025



Presently unknown





Preston Infrastructure Delivery Schedule
ProjectTimingFunding Deficit £m
Public Transport Schemes
Preston Railway Station major scheme2014-2018Presently unknown
Mini interchange Royal Preston Hospital2014-20130.10
Highway Improvements
Highway Infrastructure associated with the Tithebarn DevelopmentPresently unknown15.00
Junction 31A Preston East Highway ImprovementsPresently unknown4.50
Highway alterations at Ringway/Corporation Street to facilitate new CBD2014-20183.00
Cycle Schemes
Eastway to Ingol cycle route and link to schools2010-20250.40
Cycle route to link Sharoe Green to City Centre2010-20250.30
Cycle routes around Riversway/Docks/Blackpool Rd (Ashton)2010-20251.00
Eaves Valley greenway Cycle Links to Brockholes2015-20250.35
City Centre cycle routes and link to Capitol Centre2015-20253.00
University area cycle links2015-20250.15
Extensive cycle network linking NW Preston to schools, etc and City Cent20253.00
Ingol to Preston City Centre2015-20250.30
Blackpool Road cycle improvements Deepdale to Ashton2015-20250.30
Whittingham additional half form entry primary places2016-2021


Cottam -First phase half form entry primary places

Second Phase 1 form entry primary





North-West Preston- 1.5 entry primary school

2 form entry primary school





New Preston Central Health Centre2016-2021


Extension to Ingol Health Centre2011-20210.50
New North West Preston Health Centre2016-20263.50
Green Infrastructure/public realm  
Winckley Square Improvements2013-20161.70
London Road Preston gateway landscape scheme2012-20143.00
Improved pedestrian links to New Hall Lane2011-20121.00
Improvements/provision and maintenance of off-site public realm/open space/ natural environment/places for sport20130.35




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