About authority monitoring reports
Under the requirements of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Order Act 2004 (as amended by the 2011 Localism Act) and The Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012, Herefordshire Council as a local planning authority is required to produce an Authority Monitoring Report (AMR).
The purpose of the AMR is to monitor the implementation of the Local Development Scheme (LDS) and to monitor the implementation of the policies set out in the Local Plan. The Local Plan (2011-2031) currently consists of the Herefordshire Local Plan Core Strategy.
The Localism Act amended the requirement for local planning authorities to produce a monitoring report on an annual basis. You can view the latest Authority Monitoring Reports on this page.
The AMR data is being published on this website rather than as part of a printed report. The AMR has been split into a number of sections which deal with particular aspects of monitoring. In some areas detailed data is included within appendices or can be viewed using a link to a different web page.
As evidence continues to be developed to support other elements of the Local Plan it will add to the accuracy of the data to measure policy implementation and reduce deficiencies in information.
Current authority monitoring report
- Introduction December 2019
- Section 1 - LDS monitoring summary December 2019
- Section 2 - Herefordshire Local Plan Core Strategy policy monitoring December 2019
- Section 3 - Neighbourhood Plans August 2020
- Section 4 - Duty to co-operate December 2019
- Section 5 - Minerals planning December 2019
- Section 6 - Self and custom built housing December 2019
- Section 7 - Herefordshire Housing Delivery Action Plan
- Appendix A - Housing completions and commitments December 2019
- Appendix B - 5 year supply April 2020
- Appendix C - Open space December 2019
- Appendix D - Section 106 December 2019