Information about how planning policies are monitored, what the annual monitoring report is, monitoring employment land, house building and housing land monitoring, housing land position statement and retail development monitoring.
There are three main documents that we use to monitor planning policies in the East Riding.
Annual Monitoring Reports (AMR) provide an update on progress with the East Riding Local Plan and consider how well planning policies are being implemented. This includes collecting and analysing a wide range of data such as house completions, amount of available land for employment uses and installed renewable energy capacity.
Chapters 3 and 4 of the latest report give an update to the preparation of the East Riding Local Plan. Chapters 6 to 12 report on various monitoring indicators and will assess the effectiveness of planning policies. Chapter 13 reports on the delivery of the targets set in meeting the Bridlington Town Centre AAP Objectives. Some of these indicators relate directly to planning, whilst others are ‘contextual’: they paint a broader picture of the East Riding.
The annual Employment Land Monitoring Reports(ELMR) provide information on the level of provision of employment land throughout the East Riding of Yorkshire as of the 1 April each year. This includes both undeveloped allocated land, and new sites granted permission.
House building and housing land is currently monitored through the Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment(SHLAA). A summary of housing indicators is also provided in the Annual Monitoring Report (see above).
Retail development in the East Riding is monitored through the Annual Monitoring Report (see above).