Infrastructure Funding Statements

Infrastructure Funding Statement 2021-2022

About this Statement

This page contains the Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS) 2021/2022 as published in December 2022. The statement is also supported by a data to return to the government.

It outlines the ‘Section 106’ (s106) developer contributions the council has secured during 2021/22 or for which there has been a transaction over the same reporting year.  In addition, it provides a summary of the s106 contributions the council has received, and which remain unspent. Section 106 agreements secure contributions towards or the delivery of infrastructure required to mitigate the impacts of development, thereby helping to make it acceptable.

The IFS; a relatively new requirement resulting from changes to the Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) (England) (No. 2) Regulations 2019.   The council is now required to publish an IFS by the end of each calendar year. The government’s objective is to improve transparency and accountability on developer contributions.  The Council does not have a separate Community Infrastructure Levy and therefore there is no report on CIL in the statement.

This report provides a summary of the contributions the council has secured for on and off-site infrastructure and affordable housing.  The reporting period is the financial year 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022.

Contributions received by Oxfordshire County Council for county infrastructure such as highways and education are not included as they are received by that council.

The data is provided under the Open Government Licence.

Infrastructure Funding Statement 2021-2022

View funding statements prior to 2021