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Greater Norwich Growth Programme

The Greater Norwich Growth Programme is an annual programme that identifies infrastructure schemes to be prioritised for delivery and development within each financial year, using pooled CIL funding. The schemes are drawn from the Joint Five Year Infrastructure Investment Plan (see below), and are developed and approved by the Greater Norwich Growth Board.

The Growth Programme is assessed annually and sets out:

  • The financial implications for income and expenditure for the forthcoming year.
  • The cumulative financial impact of funding and borrowing commitment from earlier years.
  • The long-term financial implications for the end of the programme period, i.e. 2026.

 The Greater Norwich Growth Programme for 2020/21 can be found below:

Greater Norwich Growth Programme 2020-21   Size: 566 KB – Date: 22/04/2020

The full report which went to the Growth Board in March can be viewed here

 

Joint Five Year Infrastructure Investment Plan

The Five Year Infrastructure Investment Plan identifies the projects from the GNIP whose delivery is considered to be a priority for achieving the economic growth targets, as set out in the Joint Core Strategy and the Greater Norwich City Deal. These projects will all be considered for CIL funding, but only the current year’s projects (known as the Annual Growth Programme) have had their CIL funding confirmed.

The plan also includes

  • Confirmation of CIL income received by the GNGB each year since 2014
  • Revised CIL income projections for the next five years,
  • Delivery updates from all CIL funded projects,
  • A list of all projects that have been allocated CIL by the GNGB together with amounts spent.
  • Planned preparatory work for infrastructure schemes in future years.

The DRAFT Joint Five Year Infrastructure Investment Plan 21-26 can be accessed here:

FINAL-DRAFT-GN-5YIIP-2021-26   Size: 739 KB – Date: 22/12/2020

The projects within this Plan that are recommended for inclusion within the 21/22 Annual Growth Programme, are due to be reviewed by each partners Full Councils in early 2021.

For more information regarding reporting CIL income and expenditure click here