Local Infrastructure Fund
Tower Hamlets is one of the fastest growing boroughs in the country.
We know that every new development increases the pressure on things like your GP surgery or your school. It could also mean spaces like parks, roads and cycle paths feel busier than before.
That’s why we require developers building in Tower Hamlets to contribute to the Local Infrastructure Fund (LIF), a pot of money that is used to pay for projects in the communities where development is taking place.
We expect the fund to generate around £6 million between April 2019 and March 2020.
On Monday 30 September 2019, we launched a consultation to find out what you, our residents, think we should be spending our LIF money on. There will be an online questionnaire as well as a series of events held across the borough.
We'd love to hear your ideas about how we could use the fund to help improve your area.
Take a look at the projects that have been approved since our last consultation in 2017.
Take part in the consultation