The Neighbourhood Infrastructure Community Levy (NCIL) Survey

Closed 14 Feb 2021

Opened 18 Jan 2021

Overview

This survey is to encourage our communities to comment on the anticipated ‘social’ impact of specific developments in each neighbourhood across Brent.

The Infrastructure Delivery plan highlights some high-level community and physical infrastructure needed to support this development; however, we are looking at the social impacts. This includes community and culture, crime and antisocial behaviour, education and employment, physical and mental health and climate change and ecology.

‘Please note we do not want issues in neighbourhoods that are not about development. This is not the forum for this and needs to be referred elsewhere within the Council.’

We are therefore circulating this survey to a number of key contacts in order to get specific feedback at grass roots level.

The draft Brent Local Plan identifies a number of growth areas and site specific allocations where housing is expected to come forward over the plan period, up to 2041. The Infrastructure Delivery Plan, which supports the Local Plan, identifies the key infrastructure projects required to support growth. The draft Local Plan was examined by planning inspectors in October 2020 and is anticipated to be adopted later this year.

We have included a summary of development that is expected to come forward over the next 5 years in each neighbourhood area.  The housing numbers are indicative and are what we think could come forward as part of future planning applications.

We are using typical impacts of development as a checklist to rank in order of impact and a space for comment about the specific impact.

Please forward to anyone you think would be interested in this. The Survey responses need to be back with us by Thursday 4th February 2021.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Consultations