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Local Development Scheme monitoring

Progress against the Local Development Scheme Authority Monitoring report

The Local Development Scheme (LDS), as required by The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 (as amended by the Planning Act 2008 and Localism Act 2011), is produced to inform the community and other partners of the development plan documents that are being prepared for the area and the envisaged timescales for their preparation. It is also produced to establish the Council’s priorities for the preparation of the development plan documents and their associated work programmes, including in relation to budgeting and resources. Part 8 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 contains the provision that an AMR must include details of each document referred to in the LDS, and the timetable and stage that each document has reached in its preparation. These details can be found within the Progress against the Local Development Scheme AMR.

Publication date: October 2018

Duty-to-Cooperate monitoring

Duty-to-Cooperate Authority Monitoring report 

National Planning Practice Guidance (PPG) states that: ‘Strategic policy-making authorities are required to cooperate with each other, and other bodies, when preparing, or supporting the preparation of policies which address strategic matters’. Once the Examination stage has been reached, local planning authorities (LPAs) must provide robust evidence of the efforts they have made to co-operate on strategic cross boundary matters in order to pass both a ‘legal’ and ‘soundness’ test. The Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 (as amended) (para. 34 (6)) require that AMRs give details of the actions the LPA has taken under the duty to co-operate. These details can be found within the duty to co-operate AMR.

Publication date: January 2017

Minerals and waste monitoring

Local Aggregate Assessment (LAA)

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) requires minerals planning authorities to produce an annual LAA, which summarises the current and predicted situation in respect to all aspects of aggregates supply. The data used to prepare the LAA predominantly comes from sales data and other relevant local information. The report that summarises the position in 2017 for aggregates sales. Central and Eastern Berkshire is available below.

Publication date: December 2018

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PDF icon Local Aggregate Assessment1.35 MB

Community Infrastructure Levy monitoring

Community Infrastructure Levy monitoring and review report

Section 62 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended) requires that any charging authority that collects CIL prepares a report for each financial year, containing the total CIL receipts, total CIL expenditure, summary details of the CIL expenditure, and the total amount of CIL receipts retained at the end of the financial year, for the reported year. Additionally, section 34(5) of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 requires that the local planning authority’s monitoring report must also include this information.

Publication date: position as at April 2018

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PDF icon CIL annual return 2017 to 2018228.1 KB

Biodiversity monitoring

Biodiversity annual monitoring report

The Biodiversity Annual Monitoring Report indicates the changes to the area of priority habitats; the number of priority species; the area of biodiversity importance; the condition and status of Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs); and the distribution and status of farmland birds within Bracknell Forest. This information is used when putting together AMRs.

Publication date: 2018

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PDF icon Biodiversity annual monitoring report314.84 KB

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