CIL Fund

The second CIL Fund round opens on Monday 4 April 2022, enabling the following groups to bid for between £20,000 and £100,000:

  • constituted community groups, including local councils, and
  • not for profit organisations.

A total of £500,000 is available to support local infrastructure projects which help to either:

  • alleviate the impact of development on an area, or
  • help development to come forward, and
  • focus on supporting children and young people. 

Any eligible group or organisation that would like to apply for CIL funding, needs to submit an Expression of Interest form. This needs to be submitted before 5pm on Thursday 23 June 2022.  Projects that are considered suitable for CIL support, will then be invited to submit a full application. Groups and organisations will be given a further four months to develop this.  Successful projects are expected to be announced in early 2023. 

Anyone wishing to apply should:

  • read the Expression of Interest guidance document
  • complete the Expression of Interest form

The completed form should be sent to before 5pm on Thursday 23 June 2022.  Any forms received after this deadline will not be accepted.

First Round

The first CIL Fund round was held July – October 2020, and the Council awarded £622,939 to:

  • not-for-profit organisations, and
  • community groups (including local councils)

to pay for local infrastructure projects that encourage greener and healthier lifestyles.

Applicants needed to show how there was local need and community support for their project, as well as how it will enable lower carbon living.

The successful projects were:

  • The 2 Minute Foundation - Education Centre: £32,576
  • Falmouth Town Council - Green Corridor: £43,276
  • Chyan Community Trust: £25,000
  • Urban Biodiversity CIC - Newquay Community Orchard: £65,000
  • Our Only World - Water Refill Stations: £67,500
  • Walker Lines Gymnasium Trust: £53,345
  • South Kerrier Alliance CIC: £32,645
  • Launceston Community Development Trust: £35,000
  • Troon Association Football Club: £30,000
  • Budehaven Community School: £45,702
  • Dobwalls and Trewidland Parish Council - Community Space: £30,000
  • Co Cars Ltd - Bodmin Electric Bike Club: £62,500
  • Co Cars Ltd - Bude Electric Car Club: £58,000
  • Stithians Energy Group: £42,395

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