In the Tory election news circulated in Aughton under “Infrastructure Levy“.
“At present, the majority of the Levy is at the discretion of the ruling Labour Group and likely to be spent in Skelmersdale on their pet projects”.
CIL? Just for the record, the Aughton Parish Council reported in 2018 “The Borough Council will provide 50% match funding for this [SPID] scheme with a maximum contribution of £3,000”.
Aughton Parish Council CIL Rich
“Neighbourhood CIL Annual Report (2020) For financial reporting year 2019/20 Name of Parish Council: AUGHTON PARISH COUNCIL.
“CIL Receipts TOTAL RECEIVED £66,677.
“CIL Expenditure £ 8,117.
“CIL Retained. Total CIL receipts unallocated and unspent £58,560”.
This parish council has assets declared for 2020 of cash and short term assets £119,982, and long term investments and assets £341,599.