Authority Monitoring Reports
The Authority Monitoring Report is a requirement set out in Section 113 of the Localism Act 2011. The Authority Monitoring Report (formerly the Annual Monitoring Report, or AMR) is a regular check of the performance of existing policies. The AMR also outlines the five year land supply position, includes information on the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) receipts and how we have met the duty to cooperate.
From 2010/11 the AMR has been produced jointly with Broadland District Council, Norwich City Council and Norfolk County Council as part of the Greater Norwich Growth Board.
The various AMRs covering South Norfolk are available to download below.
Residential Land Availability Reports
The Residential Land Availability (RLA) report provides information on the availability of residential land in South Norfolk and is published on a financial year basis. The RLA gives an indication of the implementation of housing allocations as well as monitoring the level of new planning permissions granted, the number of housing units completed and the amount of land with outstanding planning permission for residential development. The RLA also identifies whether sites are brownfield/greenfield, windfall/allocation and includes information on density and numbers of bedrooms.
The latest RLA report is available to download below.