Community Improvement Plans
The City of London has nine Community Improvement Plans (CIP). The primary goals of a CIP are to stimulate targeted reinvestment, encourage infill and intensification opportunities, coordinate planning efforts, preserve neighbourhood and heritage character, enhance industrial and other business opportunities, and aid in the cleanup of contaminated sites.
The nine CIPs that have been adopted by Municipal Council are:
- Airport Area
- Hamilton Road Area
- Industrial Lands
- Lambeth CIP
- Old East Village
Between the various CIPs there may be similar and overlapping incentives that relate to a specific property. Each financial incentive program has its own Municipal Council approved program guidelines that explain how the programs operate.
Learn more about financial incentives.
Hamilton Road Area Community Improvement Plan
The Municipal Council adopted Hamilton Road Area CIP is now available! Please visit the Hamilton Road Area CIP webpage to download your copy.
Lambeth Community Improvement Plan
Working with the local community, the City has begun the Community Improvement Plan process for the Lambeth Area. Please visit the Lambeth CIP webpage for additional details.
Affordable Housing Community Improvement Plan
In June 2019, Council directed the development of the Affordable Housing CIP, to identify opportunities for incentives and/or programs to support the development of Affordable Housing. Please visit the Affordable Housing CIP webpage for additional details.