Annual Monitoring Reports
The Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) is published one a year and focuses on each full planning year:
- 1 April to 31 March
The purpose of the report is to monitor progress against Core Strategy targets and to monitor how effective the policies within individual Development Plan Documents are in meeting the vision set out in the Core Spatial Strategy.
The Monitoring Report also reviews the timetable set out in the Local Development Scheme and assesses progress against this. If any of the key milestones are not being met, the reasons for this and remedial actions proposed will be set out in the Monitoring Report. View the current and previous reports.
Monitoring Reports on Housing Land Supply
The Council now produces a 5 Year Housing Land Supply report every 6 months, looking at the planning year in two parts:
- Interim update: 1 April to 30 September
- Full year statement: 1 April to 31 March
These reports include a five year housing land supply calculation and a housing trajectory for the remainder of the development plan period.
Each edition of the AMR contains a section on the demographic characteristics of the District. This includes current and future population estimates for the District as a whole. For more information on settlement populations visit the population page of Leicestershire County Council's website.
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