2015 CIL Support
Consultation on 2015 Community Infrastructure Levy funding applicationsAt the AGM we approved submitting our proposals for financial support for footpath maintenance, and for the acquisition of a museum display cabinet for the new library to display Cobham and related historic artefacts following the closure of the Elmbridge museum to visitors. We have suggested that we fund 50% and the Elmbridge community infrastructure levy (CIL) the other 50%.
Decisions will be taken on June 16th, but in advance of this the community is invited to show their support for the projects.
Because the demands on the CIL funds could outweigh the funds available due to some large requests, it will be vital if we are to succeed, for our members and supporters to register their support for our projects. Thus may we ask you and your like minded friends to register your support by commenting on both the footpath maintenance project and the museum display project by either following the steps below or downloading the Cobham CIL Response Form from here (.doc Word Document format) which should be completed and then sent as an attachment by email or sent by post to the Elmbridge Planning Policy team (address details are shown on the last page of the Form).
Responses must be received by the Elmbridge Planning Policy team by 22 May 2015.
To respond online please complete the following steps:
- Click on the following link to view the Local CIL funding Applications for Cobham, Oxshott, Stoke D'Abernon and Downside on the Elmbridge Borough Council website. If the link doesn't work please copy the link below and paste it into your web browser.
- On this page you will see 12 projects listed, the Cobham Heritage projects are:-
- No.7 - £7,155 towards upgrading public footpaths
- No.8 - £4,450 towards a museum display case and digital screen
- The details of each project can be viewed by clicking on the "application form" link for each project. This will enable you to view the application form as a PDF document.
- Click on the "Register or Login" button.
- If you have already registered, enter your email and registration password. Otherwise, click on the "Register" button to register.
- If registering for the first time, enter the details requested - only the fields with a red asterisk (*) are mandatory. Don't forget to tick the Terms and conditions box at the bottom and then click the "Register" button.
- After registering you will receive an email to verify your email address. If you don't appear to have received the email within 15 minutes it may have gone into your Junk or Spam email folder.
- In the email click on the "Activate your account" link. This will take you to the Projects List with a "Continue" button at the bottom. Click the "Continue" button.
- Select the approriate answer to the "About You" question and then the "Next" button.
- Once again you will see a list of the projects but beneath the list you will see questions and a comment box for each project. You will notice that the number preceding each project question and comment box is one more than the project number shown in the list. These numbers are not relevant, it's the project title which identifies which project the question and comment relate to.
- You are required to enter a response to the question for all of the projects, not just the Cobham Heritage ones. Enter your response to the question and any comments you may have.
- There are two additional questions (14 and 15) which have to be answered and then click on the "Save these answers" button. Important: Don't forget to click on the "Save these answers" button otherwise your response will not be saved.
- After clicking on the "Save these answers" button you will receive an email from the council confirming they have received your response.
There is a limited time allowed to complete the questions and provide comments while online, if you run out of time you may have to enter your responses again.
Many thanks for your support.