Housing sites which are subject to S106 agreements are monitored quarterly. Other housing sites are monitored annually, at the end of the financial year. Non-residential developments are monitored annually, at the end of the financial year. This includes employment land (B1, B2 or B8 uses, such as offices, research & development, light industry, general industrial and storage & distribution uses).
Authority monitoring report
The Authority Monitoring Report (AMR) is the Council’s method for reporting on the housing and employment land monitoring it undertakes, as well as a range of other related topics, to measure performance against Local Plan objectives. AMRs were previously known as Annual Monitoring Reports, and are produced after the annual monitoring has been completed.
The AMR includes details of the development status of Local Plan allocations, and this section of the report is updated quarterly. The most recent update currently is contained in the 2019/20 AMR.
The AMR includes a summary of projected housing delivery in the future; full details can be found in the housing trajectory and 5-year land supply.
Quarterly information about developer contributions from S106 and CIL can be found in developer contributions monitoring.
If you have any questions about monitoring, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01926 456330.