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Community Infrastructure Levy CIL Projects List 2020/21

This list was approved by Warwick District Council as the CIL Projects List for 2020/21 in March 2020.

Infrastructure Project Project Description
Improvements to Destination Parks – St Nicholas, Warwick and Abbey Fields, Kenilworth

Proposed improvements to the two key Destination Parks which have a key strategic role in the provision of open space in the District.

The proposals for St Nicholas Park are based upon the previous HLF bid and improvements to Myton Fields, whilst those for Abbey Fields, seek to build upon the existing heritage as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and the findings that came from the management planning consultation recently undertaken.

Bath Street Improvement Scheme

The Bath Street Improvement Scheme also known as the Bath Street Gyratory Scheme is a transport infrastructure proposal that delivers a host of much-needed highway and transport improvements in the Bath Street area of Leamington Spa.

The proposed infrastructure is fundamental to alleviating the Bath Street area’s known air quality issue, (which is an Air Quality Management Area (AQMA)); it provides better accessibility to Leamington Spa’s railway station and Leamington South, for all modes of transport, and gives vitality to an area of Leamington that is otherwise declining.

Emscote Road Multi Modal Corridor Improvements  Multi modal improvements, including improved cycle infrastructure, improvements to Portobello Bridge, carriageway improvements and junction improvements to the following: St Johns/Coventry Road, Emscote Rd / Greville Road, Rugby Road/Warwick New Road & Princes Drive/ Warwick New Road.
Kenilworth Leisure (Phase 2): Castle Farm Recreation Centre

The Council is committed to improving leisure facilities in Kenilworth including the facilities at Castle Farm as part of phase II of its Leisure Development Programme.

In January 2019 Executive approved the preferred option for this site (and the preferred option for Abbey Fields). From this point, the project will follow the RIBA framework to develop a scheme which is appropriate and viable for Castle Farm. It is currently proposed that a planning application will be submitted in Spring 2020, with an anticipated start on site date of late summer 2020.

Medical facilities - N Leamington (Cubbington/Lillington) New GP surgery in north Leamington Spa (Cubbington/Lillington); or new health hub (incorporating primary medical care and community services) in north Leamington Spa (Cubbington/Lillington).
Wayfinding in Leamington, Kenilworth and Warwick Review and replacement of pedestrian / cycle signage and way marking in Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth town centres.
Europa Way Bridge Link

A new pedestrian and cycle route bridge across Europa Way.

In addition to providing a gateway feature for Leamington, Warwick and the Tach Brook Country Park, the new bridge will provide improved and more sustainable link across Europa Way between the new residential developments on either side, the new Country Park and the proposed new Secondary School and Sixth Form at Oakley Wood Road.

Whitnash Civic Centre & Library

The Civic Centre and Library will see the delivery of modern leisure facilities in Whitnash town.

The project is to build a new community centre incorporating a community sports hall.

Table updated: 18th March 2020