Authority Monitoring Report
The annual publication of an Authority Monitoring Report (AMR) is a statutory requirement for all Local Authorities. The purpose of the AMR is to provide an annual performance update on the following planning and development components;
- Delivery and implementation of Local Plan documents against the Council's adopted timetable;
- Identification of any changes to adopted Local Plan policies as a result of national policy or guidance updates;
- Housing completions, including the Council's current five-year housing land supply position;
- Neighbourhood Planning activity undertaken by local communities;
- CIL receipts and expenditure during 2016/17;
- Duty to Cooperate activity;
- Employment floorspace gains and losses;
- Retail floorspace gains and losses;
- Highways and public transport related improvements;
- Information on flood risk and coastal management;
- Priority habitats and key designations;
The Council's most recent AMR covers the period from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017. View a full list of monitoring reports from 2004/05 onwards.
The housing land supply information presented in the AMR represents a snapshot in time. The housing land supply position is regularly reviewed and can be subject to change. Regular updates are made on the Five Year Housing Land Supply webpage.
Authority Monitoring Report 2016 - 17 (1 MB)