Monitoring progress of Local Plan policies (policy documents and guidance)

Monitoring of Local Plan policies

The Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) is published annually reporting upon:

  • progress of the production of documents associated with the Local Plan and
  • the extent to which key objectives of plan policies are being achieved.

The AMR reports the previous financial year and is usually published in December.

Annual Monitoring Reports

Icon for pdf Annual Monitoring Report 2017 to 2018 [7.53MB]

Icon for pdf Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) 2016 to 2017 [6.75MB]

Icon for pdf Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) 2015 to 2016 [6.75MB]

Icon for pdf Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) 2014 to 2015 [7.67MB]

Icon for pdf Annual Monitoring Report 2013 to 2014 [4.68MB]

Icon for pdf Annual Monitoring Report 2012 to 2013 [1.58MB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan Annual Monitoring Report 2011 and 2012 [1.38MB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan Annual Monitoring Report 2010 to 2011 [2.44MB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan Annual Monitoring Report 2009 to 2010 [886.98KB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan Annual Monitoring report 2008 to 2009 [1.51MB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan Annual Monitoring Report 2007 to 2008 [3.24MB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan Annual Monitoring Report 2006 to 2007 Part 1 [556.5KB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan Annual Monitoring Report 2006 to 2007 Part 2 [572.26KB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan Annual Monitoring Report 2005 to 2006 [1.89MB]

State of Runnymede Reports

The State of Runnymede report aims to build on a comprehensive picture of the Borough using a series of economic, social, environmental and resource based indicators. This report is intended to stimulate debate and to highlight the issues that the Council believe need to be tackled to improve the Borough.

Icon for pdf State of Runnymede 2005 [2.84MB]

Icon for pdf State of Runnymede 2012 [135.51KB]

The Commercial Goods and Services Study provides a review of A class units in Runnymede collating a variety of information such as type of unit, floor space and vacancy data. The Council updates this study on a biennial basis.

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