Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL.
The application is to install an artificial grass pitch and enlarge the garden area. The project would replace the ball court area with weather resistant facility that can be used throughout the year, as well as a larger garden space for outdoor learning. These new facilities would be utilised by the students as well as the community outside of school hours.
The school had a successful application to the Weybridge Local Spending Board in 2017 receiving £17,820 for upgraded play surfacing.
The application is to install a canopy and paved area to create an outdoor shelter. Area that is created would provide the additional space needed for lunch, breaks and outdoor learning, as all students currently attending aren’t able to fit within the dining hall at one time. The new shelter would also be rented out for community use outside of school hours.
The school has had successful applications to the Weybridge Local Spending Board, in 2016 receiving £18,000 to improve cycle storage and in 2017 receiving £2,000 for cycle racks, as well as to the Elmbridge Strategic Spending Board in 2019 receiving £330,000 for modular temporary block replacement.
The application is to carry out remedial works to the north-east end of Broadwater Lake. The works would clear the silt and overgrown vegetation, which will improve the flow and health of the overall lake. Residents will benefit from the improved biodiversity created and water carrying capacity of the lake.
The society had a successful application to this Local Spending Board in 2015 receiving £8,000 for remedial work to Broadwater Lake.
This application is to deliver the standard required for materials, electrical and water requirement for the project. These upgrades will be delivered during construction and installation of the various components. The project will deliver an improved town centre space for the community and businesses.
The borough had a successful application to the Weybridge Local Spending Board in 2017 receiving £329,038.56 for this project.
The application is to install a lift and step free access to the Clubhouse. The installation of these new components would upgrade the building, which is the main space used by the public to be fully accessible. It will enable all members of the community to move through the building independently to be able to use the educational and community activities.
The museum had a successful application to the Weybridge Local Spending Board in 2015 receiving £25,000 toward the Aircraft Factory & Race Track Revival Project.
The application is to carry out two surveys of the lake. The silt volume and works needed to reinstate the lake surveys would provide the information needed to develop an overall strategy for the management of the lake. The details would feed into the development of the strategy and future funding applications to various sources to carry out the works.
No CIL funding has been awarded to Broadwater Conservation Society to date.
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