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Annual Monitoring Report

Monitoring and review are important in ensuring the effectiveness of the planning system. As a result, we produce an Annual Monitoring Report, which we submit to the Secretary of State by the end of December each year.

We have prepared our Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) for 2016-2017 which sets out to:

  • Review actual progress of local development document preparation against the timetable and milestones in the Local Development Scheme (LDS).
  • Identify whether we need to amend or replace policies.
  • Identify the policies from the Local Plan that we will continue to save while we produce replacement policies in the Local Development Framework documents.
  • Review progress against many indicators, covering the economy, environment and social issues relevant to the district, and the implications of this for the Local Development Framework.
  • Comply with Section 35 of the 2004 Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act, which emphasises the need for monitoring in the Local Development Framework.

Annual Monitoring Report Document

Annual Monitoring Report 2016-2017 (PDF: 1.4Mb / 81 pages)
The Annual Monitoring Report covers the period from April 2016 to 31 March 2017.

Previous Annual Monitoring Report Documents

Annual Monitoring Report 2015-2016 (PDF: 1.8Mb / 79 pages)
The Annual Monitoring Report covers the period from April 2015 to 31 March 2016. The report also comments on the progress made on the implementation of the Local Development Framework up to the end of November 2016.

Annual Monitoring Report 2014-2015 (PDF: 1.50Mb / 90 pages)
The Annual Monitoring Report covers the period from April 2014 to 31 March 2015. The report also comments on the progress made on the implementation of the Local Development Framework up to the end of November 2015.

Annual Monitoring Report 2013-2014 (PDF: 1.46Mb / 79 pages)
The Annual Monitoring Report covers the period from April 2013 to 31 March 2014. The report also comments on the progress made on the implementation of the Local Development Framework up to the end of November 2014.

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