Monitoring reports

We publish a range of monitoring reports which provides links to useful information about our district. They normally cover data from the previous year running 1 April to 31 March.

The Authority Monitoring report (AMR) is published to provide information about a range of matters such as the number of new dwellings built, commercial development, housing land supply and environmental issues. It is a key document for assessing the delivery of the local plan.  

Infrastructure Funding Statement (IFS)  sets out the infrastructure that has been delivered to support development.  It details what has been secured, received and allocated using developer contributions received under CIL and Section 106.  

Housing Land Supply identifies a supply of specific deliverable sites sufficient to provide a minimum of 5 years’ worth of housing against our housing requirement (which is based on the Government’s Standard Method using the ‘local housing need’ figure for Arun District). It is updated annually.  The details are contained under chapter 4 of the latest AMR.

The Housing Delivery Test is an annual measurement of housing delivery in the our area. The Housing Delivery Test demonstrates whether we have been successful at delivering housing for the preceding 3 year period when measured against the housing requirement for that same period.  The data is normally published in November to cover the previous April to March period.

Current authority monitoring report

The current Authority Monitoring Report was considered at the Planning Policy Committee on 30 January 2024.

Previous authority monitoring reports

Authority Monitoring Report 2021-2022[pdf] 6MB

Authority Monitoring Report 2020-2021 [pdf] 3MB