Authority Monitoring Report
Local planning authorities are required to produce an Authority Monitoring Report (AMR) and to make it available to the public, and to publish annually a statement regarding the five year housing supply position.
An AMR (previously called an Annual Monitoring Report) should contain information regarding:
- the authority’s progress against the Local Development Scheme and timetable of key documents being produced
- a review of planning policy implementation
- reflection on annual targets, specifically a report on the five-year housing land supply and housing trajectory
- an update on any neighbourhood development orders or neighbourhood development plans
- a report on the administration of the Community Infrastructure Levy, if in place, as required by regulation 62 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended)
- details of co-operation undertaken with another local planning authority, county council or a body or person prescribed under the regulations
- an analysis of key indicators for which the borough collects data
For more information please contact the Strategic Planning and Key Sites Team at email@example.com or call 01246 345790.
The council has recently received updated evidence on housing need: North Derbyshire and Bassetlaw OAN Update.
A revised five year supply position statement is currently under preparation that will take account of this new evidence.