RBKC are inviting residents and community groups to put forward bids to receive funding from Neighbourhood Community Infrastructure Levy (NCIL) in your local area.
What’s NCIL funding?
You can find out more about what NCIL is, the amount available and what projects have previously been funded in the NCIL Story Map.
NCIL differs from other grant funds that the Council operates such as City Living Local Life (CLLL). NCIL funding is for physical infrastructure e.g. hanging baskets, cycle hangars, whilst CLLL is for projects that bring the community together to deliver and maintain them e.g. community kitchen gardens, projects that provide community group support or community support services. NCIL cannot be used to fund benefits on private land.
How to make a NCIL Project funding application?
Please fill in the application form which is available on the Council’s website which also contains further guidance on how to apply and criteria for application.
Apply online: Complete the on-line form or upload a completed form available from the above webpage.
Apply by e-mail: Complete the form available in MS word format on the above webpage and email it to [email protected] with “NCIL Bidding Round 2024” in the email subject line.
Post: Complete the form available in MS word format from the above webpage and post it to NCIL Bidding Round 2024, Planning Policy Team, Planning and Place, The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London, W8 7NX. To avoid delay in receiving applications RBKC encourage electronic submissions.
Deadline for applications: 11:59pm on 12 March 2024.