Annual Monitoring Report
An Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) is produced by the council
every financial year. Its purpose is to assess the
effectiveness of the Council's planning policies. It
in preparing Local Development Documents that form part
of the Minerals and Waste Development Framework
- the extent to which existing minerals and
waste policies are being implemented and whether the effects
of the policies are as intended.
The Annual Monitoring Report is a statutory requirement and is
published every December.
Current Annual Monitoring Report
The Annual Monitoring Report 2011/12 (1.08 MB) monitors the
indicators set out in the adopted Waste Core
Strategy and anequivalent set of indicators which monitor
relevantminerals planning issues.
It shows that progress towards most waste indicators is
adequate. However the Waste Core Strategy was not adopted during
the period that is being monitored. This means that many of the
indicators monitor the impacts of policies which were not yet
formally in place. It is useful to monitor the indicators in this
AMR to establish a starting point to build upon in the future but
it means that in some cases performance appears to be below
Previous Annual Monitoring Reports
The Annual Monitoring Report
2010/11 was the first to monitor the indicators emerging
through consultation on the Waste Core Strategy. It showed that
progress was largely adequate, but progress towards the preparation
of the Waste Core Strategy was slightly behind target.
The Local Development Scheme was revised
to take this into account. It also showed that the performance of
several indicators for the aggregate minerals was below target.
If you would like further information about the Annual
Monitoring Reports or wish to request a paper copies please
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