Sunday 26 October 2014

Annual Monitoring

‘The East Midlands in 2009/10’ provides a description and analysis of the condition of the region and includes data relating to housing, the economy, the environment, transport, minerals extraction and waste.

The information provided is designed to be useful to local planning authorities, central Government, other public sector bodies, and private sector interests, as well as the general public.

The targets and indicators are taken from the East Midlands Regional Plan (March 2009), the Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS). Unlike previous Annual Monitoring Reports, the East Midlands in 2009/10 does not cover polices relating to RSS sub-areas in any detail nor does it offer any policy commentary. It does outline key statistics measuring progress in implementing the key policies of the Regional Plan and thereby meets the requirement under the Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act 2009 to produce an Annual Monitoring Report covering RSS policies. 

The East Midlands in 2009/10 (February 2011)

The East Midlands in 2009/10 (February 2011)

2009/10 Database 

Previous Regional Plan Annual Monitoring Reports

2008/09 Annual Monitoring Report (February 2010)

2008/09 AMR Supplementary Data Chapters (February 2010)

2007/08 Annual Monitoring Report (February 2009)

2007/08 AMR Supplementary Data Chapters (February 2009)

2006/07 Annual Monitoring Report (February 2008)

2005/06 Annual Monitoring Report (February 2007)

2004/05 Annual Monitoring Report (February 2006)

2003/04 Annual Monitoring Report (February 2005) 

2002/03 Annual Monitoring Statement (December 2003)

2001/02 Annual Monitoring Statement (March 2003) 

Previous Annual Monitoring Report Master Databases

2008/09 Database  

2007/08 Database

2006/07 Database

2005/06 Database

2004/05 Database

2003/04 Database 

DCLG Consultation on proposed changes to the Department's statistics: Land Use Change Statistics, Rationalised Collection of Local Authority Housing Statistics and Publication of Regional Statistics (April 2012)

EMC Response to Consultation

Study

Study into Monitoring Employment Leisure and Retail Land Uses (June 2005) 

Monitoring in the New Era Annual Seminar held on 4 November 2010 Presentations

Monitoring Under Localism

Development Monitoring – How can it be done?

Reporting in cdpSmart

Notes of the Q&As and Workshop Groups

Paper for Workshop E Housing Provision and Five‐year Land Supply