We are keen to hear your priorities for making Waterloo a better place to live, work, visit and enjoy
One new source of income for the Bishop’s ward area is the tax paid by developers when they develop new offices and housing in the area. This is called the Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL) and it can be used to fund local improvements.
At a time when finances are stretched, it is critical that the Council invests wisely helping to tackle inequality, looking at the evidence and the priorities of residents. We would really like to hear your suggestions to help guide future spend in these areas.
How to find out more about your area
Find out more information about the area by visiting the Local Data Platform and reading the Local Area Leaflet following the links below. These provide facts and figures about the area including residents’ views and where projects are planned or underway.
What will happen next
We will review all responses and findings and produce a report which will be published the CLIP in summer 2018. The CLIP will then be used by the Council to inform future investment decisions in the Waterloo CLIP area (Bishop’s ward).
Building a better Waterloo
You can find out about what else the Council is doing to improve Waterloo.
Important documents and links
- Waterloo information leaflet.
- Map of Bishop’s Ward.
- CLIPs frequently asked questions.
- Local data platform.
- CLIPs Cabinet Report: 13 January 2014.
- CLIPs Cabinet Report: 14 July 2014.
- CLIPs Cabinet Report: 16 January 2017.
- Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL) and Co-operative Local Investment Plans (CLIPs)
- The Lambeth Local Plan, setting out the vision, strategic objectives and policies for development in Lambeth over 15 years.
- Search the planning applications database for details about development across the area, by postcode or address.