Local Plan Monitoring Report
The Local Plan Monitoring Report has two main purposes:
- To review progress with production of the Rushcliffe Local Plan;
- To assess the extent to which policies in Local Plan Documents are being implemented and the effects that they are having.
The Local Plan Monitoring Report was previously known as the Annual Monitoring Report.
The Localism Act (and subsequent Town and Country Planning Regulations 2012) removes the requirement for local planning authorities to produce an Annual Monitoring Report for Government. However, the Act retains the overall duty to monitor and there is clear benefit for the Council in sharing the performance and achievements of the planning service with the local community.
A summary of the 5 year land supply position as at 31 March 2017 is included in the Local Plan Monitoring Report for 2017. The full version of the 5 year land supply is also available 2017 5YHLS