Learn more about community improvement and financial incentive programs:
Community Improvement Plans (CIPs)
Community Improvement Plans (CIPs) are intended to provide City Council with the necessary tools to stimulate reinvestment and redevelopment, inspire appropriate infill and intensification, coordinate planning efforts, improve the physical infrastructure, support community economic development, preserve neighbourhood and cultural heritage value, and lead to the establishment of an improved neighbourhood. This may include incentives and targeted private and/or public investment and the ability to acquire, clear and dispose of land to support community improvement and economic development.
Approved city-wide CIPs:
Approved neighbourhood CIPs:
Please contact CIPIncentives@london.ca to request a digital or paper copy of any of the above-noted documents.
Financial incentive programs
Through Community Improvement Plans (CIPs), the City has the ability to provide financial incentives to property owners within designated community improvement project areas.
City-wide incentive programs:
Area-specific incentive programs:
Old East Village
Please contact CIPIncentives@london.ca to request a digital or paper copy of any of the above-noted documents, or to speak with someone about how the various financial incentive programs can help with your renovation and redevelopment plans.
Business Improvement Areas (BIAs)
Some local BIAs collaborate with the City on the administration of financial incentive programs. If you are within a designated BIA, reach out to them for additional business support.
BIA and business association resources:
Ontario Business Improvement Area Association
BIA Handbook - Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
Please contact email@example.com if you would like more information on BIAs.
Visit the core area loans and grants page to learn more about community improvement plans in London's core area neighbourhoods.