Minerals and Waste Development Framework Authority Monitoring Report
An Authority Monitoring Report (AMR) is a statutory requirement and is produced by the council every year. Its purpose is to assess the effectiveness of the council's planning policies.
- progress 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 Local Aggregates Assessment is produced annually and published alongside Authority Monitoring Report.
Previous AMRs can be found in the archive.
The latest version of the AMR (2018 to 2020 data) is available as a PDF or on the following pages:
Chapter 1: Local Development Scheme
This chapter monitors the performance of the planning service against LDS milestones.
Chapter 2: Statement of Community Involvement
This chapter monitors the performance of the planning service against indicators monitoring community involvement.
Chapter 3: Minerals indicators
This chapter monitors the indicators set out in the adopted Minerals Local Plan Summary.
Chapter 5: Waste indicators
This chapter monitors the indicators set out in the adopted Waste Core Strategy Summary.
Chapter 6: Summary of Duty to co-operate
This chapter provides a summary of undertaken Duty to Cooperate discussions.