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									Selby District Local Development Framework

Annual Monitoring Report 2006
                                              Contents

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                 Executive Summary                                                              i-v


Chapter 1        Introduction                                                                    1

Chapter 2        Partnerships and Linkages                                                       3

Chapter 3        Monitoring Framework – Addressing the Five Key Monitoring                       5
                 Requirements

Chapter 4        Contextual Indicators                                                           7

Chapter 5        Local Development Schemes                                                       8

Chapter 6        Output Indicators                                                              11

                         Business                                                               12
                         Housing                                                                18
                         Transport                                                              27
                         Local Services                                                         28
                         Flood Protection and Water Quality                                     32
                         Biodiversity                                                           33
                         Renewable Energy                                                       33

Appendix 1       Indicator Types                                                                35

Appendix 2       Land with outstanding employment permissions at 31 March 2006                  40
                 – Source LPA Monitoring Records

Appendix 3       Glossary                                                                       46



Graphs

Graph No.        Title/Source                                                                 Page
Graph 1          Percentage of floorspace completed by employment type, which is                15
                 on previously developed land in 2005/06 - Source LPA Monitoring
                 Records

Graph 2          Employment land available in hectares by type at 31 March 2006 -               16
                 Source LPA Monitoring Records

Graph 3          Housing Completions 1995 – 2006 – Source LPA Monitoring                        18
                 Records

Graph 4          Projected Housing Completions 2006 – 2011 – Source LPA                         19
                 Monitoring Records

Graph 5          Projected Cumulative Difference Between Completions and                        20
                 Housing Requirement – Source LPA Monitoring Records

Graph 6          Number of Affordable Units completed 2005/06 – Source LPA                      22
                 Monitoring Records



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Graph No.       Title/Source                                                                 Page
Graph 7         Amount of Retail, Office and Leisure completed in 2005/06 (Gross               28
                Floorspace) - Source LPA Monitoring Records




Tables

Table No        Title                                                                        Page
Table 1         Statement of Community Involvement extract from Table 1 of                      8
                agreed April 2005 LDS

Table 2         Core Strategy extract from Table 1 of agreed April 2005 LDS                     8

Table 3         Developer Contribution SPD extract from Table 1 of agreed April                 9
                2005 LDS

Table 4         Housing delivery SPD extract from Table 1 of agreed April 2005                  9
                LDS

Table 5         Strategic Flood Risk Assessment SPD from Table 1 of agreed                      9
                April 2005 LDS

Table 6         Gross floorspace provided through implemented planning                         12
                permissions in 2005/06 - Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 7         Site details of developments completed for employment types at                 12
                31 March 2006 - Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 8         Status of employment allocations in Selby District Local Plan at 31            14
                March 2006 - Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 9         Floor space developed by employment type on previously                         15
                developed land in 2005/06 - Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 10        Losses of employment land between 1 April 2005 – 31 March                      16
                2006 - Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 11        Net Dwelling completions on Previously Developed Land between                  21
                2005/06 - Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 12        Outstanding Net Dwellings at 31 March 2006 - Source LPA                        23
                Monitoring Records - Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 13        Status of Phase 1 Housing Allocations at 31 March 2006 - Source                24
                LPA Monitoring Records

Table 14        Types and sizes of Affordable Housing Units at 31 March 2006 -                 25
                Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 15        Location of Affordable Housing Units at 31 March 2006 - Source                 26
                LPA Monitoring Records

Table 16        Developments completed for retail, office and leisure development              28
                between 1 April 2005 and 31 March 2006

Table 17        Developments completed for retail, office and leisure development              29
                with no associated buildings between 1 April 2005 and 31 March
                2006 - Source LPA Monitoring Records


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Table 18       Details of payments of ROS commuted sums to Parish Councils -                  31
               Source LPA Monitoring Records

Table 19       Number of planning permissions granted contrary to the advice of               32
               the Environment Agency on either flood defence grounds or water
               quality

Table 20       Renewable Energy installed in 2005/06 - Source LPA Monitoring                  34
               Records




Figures

Figure 1       Title/Source                                                                 Page
Figure 1       Percentage of Completions in Settlements Types in 2005/06 -                    22
               Source LPA Monitoring Records

Figure 2       Percentage of new dwellings completed in density ranges in                     22
               2005/06 - Source LPA Monitoring Records




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                        Selby District Local Development Framework:
                               Annual Monitoring Report 2006

Executive Summary

Introduction

Monitoring has an essential role in policy development. The annual monitoring of key issues
and progress in implementing existing policies and targets help to identify achievements, to
identify changing circumstances where policy changes may be required and to ensure that
policies remain relevant and that a sufficient supply of land for development exists.

Under the new arrangements for preparing Local Development Frameworks, Local Planning
Authorities are required to submit an Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) to the Secretary of
State.

The AMR performs 5 key, inter-related tasks namely to:
      Review progress of Local Development Documents against the Local Development
       Scheme
      Assess extent to which policies in Local Development Documents are being
       implemented
      Where policies are not being implemented, explain why and set out steps to ensure
       that the policy is implemented or whether policy is to be amended or replaced
      Identify significant effects of implementing policies in Local Development Documents
       and whether they are as intended
      Set out whether policies are to be amended or replaced

A fully developed monitoring framework will take time and resources to establish. Selby‟s
Local Development Framework Annual Monitoring Report therefore concentrates on meeting
the requirements set out in relevant legislation (namely the Planning and Compulsory
Purchase Act 2004 and associated Regulations) whilst setting the framework for future
monitoring. It is recognised that this AMR will not be able to cover everything set out in
guidance. The report aims to illustrate how these matters will be addressed for future AMRs.

Monitoring Period/Publication

This years AMR will be submitted to the Secretary of State by 31 December 2006.

Selby‟s AMR reports on core and local indicators for the period 01 April 2005 – 31 March
2006 and reviews the progress of the Local Development Scheme up to the date the AMR is
published (A base date of 1st November 2006 has been used).

Partnership and Linkages

The involvement of key stakeholders and the development of links with other strategies are
crucial to the development of successful monitoring frameworks. This will help to ensure
effective preparation as well as strengthening the commitment of key delivery agencies and
the wider community to the implementation of the Local Development Framework.

Contextual Indicators

Last years AMR included Contextual Indicators to provide a profile of the District and to
provide a backdrop against which to consider the effects of policies. These should be
systematically reviewed every five-years, so specific details are not included in this years
AMR (see Chapter 4 for additional details).

Local Development Scheme

Section 35 of the Act and Regulation 48 requires the Annual Monitoring Report to contain
information on whether the timetable and milestones in the Local Development Scheme
(LDS) are being achieved. The progress of milestones up to 1st November 2006 has been
considered in the main report. There are mixed results in meeting milestones therefore a
number of revisions will be required to the LDS milestones.
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The Local Development Scheme (LDS) will subsequently be reviewed, rolled forward and
formally amended by the Council, with submission to the Government Office early in the New
Year.

Output Indicators

Output indicators are used to measure activities that are directly related to and are a
consequence of the implementation of planning policies. These indicators will help to inform
policy and assess progress and achievements. Findings of key planning matters for the
financial year 2005/06 are summarised below. Further indicators, details and analysis are
contained in the main report.

Business Development Indicators

       Amount of employment floor space developed

        A total of 75,282 sqm of employment floor space has been developed in the District
        between 1 April 2005 and 31 March 2006.

       Amount of employment floorspace developed on allocated sites

        A total of 2,904 sqm of floorspace has been completed for employment land types
        (see para 6.9 of main report for definition of land types) on allocated employment
        sites in the reporting period.

        Completions have also taken place for two non employment developments on
        BRAY/1 and EGG/5.

        A total of 61 hectares of land remained undeveloped and therefore available for
        employment development at the 31 March 2006 on allocated employment sites.

       Amount of employment floorspace which is on previously developed land

        A total of 7,898 sqm of employment floorspace has been provided on previously
        developed land.

       Employment land available at 31 March 2006

        A total of 329.4 ha of employment land was available with planning permission or
        allocated for employment development at 31 March 2006. This includes the large
        outline consent for the science research and development facility at Burn Airfield.

       Losses of employment land in the Local Authority Area and amount of
        employment land lost to residential development

        Only one site has been developed for non-employment uses which was available in
        last years monitoring period (Indicator 1d). This was a Sui Generis development and
        therefore there was no loss to residential development.

        In addition to reporting loss of sites with employment consents included in indicator
        1d to non-employment uses, it is considered important to illustrate losses of existing
        employment uses to non-employment developments. The combined site area of
        employment sites lost to non-employment uses was 4.53 ha. Out of this total 4.21 ha
        was lost to residential development.

Housing Indicators

       Housing Trajectory

        As indicated in last years AMR, until the end of 2006, housing provision targets are
        set out in the adopted Selby District Local Plan. Beyond that they will reflect the
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                    emerging Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS), which has reached the Examination in
                    Public stage and is expected to be issued in its final form next year. The District
                    Council will establish the spatial distribution of new housing through its Local
                    Development Framework Documents, which will be based on the final, approved
                    RSS.

                    Housing Completions 1995 – 2006

                    The figure below illustrates housing completions between 1995 and 2006. It can be
                    seen that housing completions in the year to 31 March 2006 continued the strong
                    growth in the previous year to exceed the adopted Selby District Local Plan target of
                    620 dwellings per annum.


                                                     Housing Com pletions March 1995 -2005

                  700

                  600
                                                                                                                    ------ 620dpa
   Completion s




                  500

                  400
                                                                                                                    SDLP Requ'ment
                  300
                                                                                                                    Feb05 - Dec 06
                  200

                  100                                                                                               ------- 400dpa
                    0                                                                                               Draft RSS
                        95-96    96-97   97-98    98-99   99-00   00-01   01-02   02-03   03-04   04-05    05-06
                                                                                                                    Requirement
                                                                                                                    2004 - 2016
                    Outstanding Planning Permissions
                    As predicted in the AMR last year, new permissions granted for housing during the
                    year increased the overall level of outstanding commitments that now stands at over
                    3000 dwellings. A major contribution was the permission granted at Staynor Hall,
                    Selby for a potential 1200 dwellings.

                    Following the release of the remaining SDLP Phase 1 Allocations, there should be a
                    marked reduction in the future supply of new commitments. However, under existing
                    policies, there still remains a steady stream of „brownfield‟ windfalls. A total of 241
                    new dwellings were granted permission on small (under 15 dwellings) sites last year.
                    Future Housing Completions

                    Last year was the first attempt at developing a basic model to predict future house
                    building. Last years prediction for the year 2005/6 was 644 dwellings that proved
                    remarkably close to the actual 638 completions recorded by the Council‟s site
                    monitoring surveys.

                    An estimate has been made of likely dwelling completions to 2011. More details of
                    these projections can be found in the main report.

                    Projected Housing Completions - Years 06/07 – 10/11

                                                 Actual and Projected Completions
                                                         Years 04/05 - 10/11                                    Completions

                  1000                                                                                          Estimated Completions
   Completions




                   800
                   600                                                                                          SDLP Housing
                   400                                                                                          Requirement 05-07**
                   200                                                                                          Draft RSS Requirement
                     0                                                                               ** SDLP Requirement runs f rom February 2005 -
                                                                                                     December 2006
                                04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11


                   Percentage of new and converted dwellings on previously developed land
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       Percentage of new dwellings completed on both PDL and Greenfield Sites

        There were 478 completions (gross) on previously developed land in 2005/2006. This
        equates to 75% of all completions being completed on previously developed land.
        Further analysis shows that 85% of completions have taken place in the most
        sustainable settlements in the District (the market towns and H6 settlements).

       Percentage of new dwellings completed at
        i)     less than 30 dwellings per hectare
        ii)    between 30 and 50 dwellings per hectare and
        iii)   above 50 dwellings per hectare

        PPG3 – Housing (2000) requires Local Authorities to make the most efficient use of
        land by avoiding developments, which make inefficient use of land. Policy H2B –
        Housing Density in the Selby District Local Plan (SDLP) requires proposals for
        residential development to achieve a minimum net density of 30 dwellings per hectare
        in order to ensure the efficient use of land unless there are particular local
        circumstance such as form and character issues which necessitate a lower density.

        More then half of schemes achieved a density of equal to or greater than 30 dwellings
        per hectare. It is evident that a large percentage of schemes this year achieved a
        density of less than 30 dwelling per hectare. This indicator will be monitored next year
        to assess whether this is a continuing trend.

       Phase 1 Housing Allocations

        Planning permission had been granted for 86% of dwellings to be provided through
        Phase 1 housing allocations, at the end of March 2006. Planning permission was also
        pending on the remaining two sites which had not received Planning consent.

        Seven of the allocated sites had been fully completed.

       Affordable Housing Completions and permissions

        Providing Affordable Housing is one of the Council‟s key priorities. A Housing Needs
        Survey in 2005 (HNS05) revealed that there is a shortage of affordable properties in
        the District.

        A total of 125 affordable units were completed in the annual monitoring year.

        A total of 80 affordable units were granted planning permission between 1 April 2005
        and 31 March 2006 on sites negotiated under Policy H4 of the Selby District Local
        Plan.

        None of the affordable units approved were on exception sites.

        (Further breakdown details can be found in the main report)

Local Services Indicators

       Amount of completed retail, office and leisure development

        A total of 6,341sqm gross floor space was completed for retail, office and leisure
        within the District in the monitoring period.

       New Open Space provision/contributions

        Policy RT2 relates to the requirement for developers to provide recreation open
        space for schemes comprising 5 dwellings or more. The policy allows for the ROS
        contribution to be provided in a variety of ways depending on the proposal for
        example on site, within the locality or through a commuted sum.


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        At the end of March 2005 there was £240,689 in the ROS Commuted Sum Account.
        Contributions to the value of £141,178 have been received from schemes in 2004/05,
        with a total of £155,750 being paid out to Parish Council for ROS schemes. Therefore
        the balance in the Commuted Sum Account at the 31 March 2006 was £226,166.84.




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                      Selby District Local Development Framework:
                             Annual Monitoring Report 2006

Chapter 1 - Introduction

1.1    This is the second Annual Monitoring Report the Council has produced. Monitoring
       has an essential role in policy development. The annual monitoring of key issues and
       progress in implementing existing policies and targets help to identify achievements,
       to identify changing circumstances where policy changes may be required and to
       ensure that policies remain relevant and that a sufficient supply of land for
       development exists.

1.2    Under the new arrangements for preparing Local Development Frameworks, Local
       Planning Authorities are required to submit an Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) to the
       Secretary of State.

1.3    The AMR performs 5 key, inter-related tasks namely to:
              Review progress of Local Development Documents against the Local
                 Development Scheme
              Assess extent to which policies in Local Development Documents are
                 being implemented
              Where policies are not being implemented, explain why and set out steps
                 to ensure that the policy is implemented or whether the policy is to be
                 amended or replaced
              Identify significant effects of implementing policies in Local Development
                 Documents and whether they are as intended
              Set out whether policies are to be amended or replaced

1.4    In preparing the AMR account has also been taken of guidance issued by the Office
       of the Deputy Prime Minister (now the Department for Communities and Local
       Government (DCLG)) entitled „Local Development Framework Monitoring: A Good
       Practice Guide‟ - referred to as the Good Practice Guide through the remainder of this
       document. In addition to the above five key monitoring tasks the good practice guide
       sets the following particular requirements that authorities need to address in the
       AMR:

                  whether the timetable and milestones for the preparation of documents
                   set out in the local development scheme have been met or progress is
                   being made towards meeting them or, where they are not being met or
                   not on track, the reasons why;
                  whether targets relating to policies in local development documents have
                   been met or progress is being made towards meeting them or, where
                   they are not being met or not on track, the reasons why;
                  what impact the policies are having in respect of national and regional
                   targets and any other targets identified in local development documents
                   and not covered by the bullet point above (Regulation 48(7) specifically
                   requires information to be provided on net additional dwellings and local
                   planning authorities should produce housing trajectories to demonstrate
                   how policies will deliver housing provision in their area).
                  what significant effects implementation of the policies is having on the
                   social, environmental and economic objectives by which sustainability is
                   defined and whether these effects are as intended;
                  whether the policies in the local development document need adjusting or
                   replacing because they are not working as intended;
                  whether the policies need changing to reflect changes in national or
                   regional policy;
                  the extent to which any local development order, where adopted, or
                   simplified planning zone is achieving its purposes and if not whether it
                   needs adjusting or replacing; and


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                  if policies or proposals (including the local development order or
                   simplified planning zone scheme) need changing, the actions needed to
                   achieve this.


1.5    To assist in achieving these requirements the guidance sets out the need for
       Indicators to ensure that a robust assessment can be made of policy performance.

1.6    The approach to be followed in the Selby AMR to achieve the above is set out in
       chapter three.

1.7    A fully developed monitoring framework will take time and resources to establish. This
       Local Development Framework Annual Monitoring Report therefore concentrates on
       meeting the requirements set out in relevant legislation (namely the Planning and
       Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and associated Regulations) whilst building upon the
       framework set out in the first AMR. It is recognised that this AMR will not be able to
       cover everything set out in guidance. This report aims to illustrate how these matters
       will be addressed for future AMRs.

       Monitoring Period/Publication

1.8    This year‟s AMR will be submitted to the Secretary of State by 31 December 2006.

1.9    This AMR covers the period 1 April 2005 – 31 March 2006 for indicators.

1.10   In addition the regulations require the AMR to provide an up to date snapshot of the
       progress of the Local Development Scheme (LDS) when the AMR is published, as
       opposed to its progress at 1 April and the previous financial year. The AMR should
       also indicate any adjustments that are considered necessary to the LDS.

1.11   In addition to submitting the AMR to the Secretary of State the report will be
       published on the Council‟s website and will be available in hard copy (Regulation
       48(8)).




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      Chapter 2 - Partnership and Linkages

      Partnership

2.1   Involving key stakeholders will be crucial to the development of successful monitoring
      frameworks. This will help to ensure effective preparation as well as strengthening the
      commitment of key delivery agencies and the wider community in the implementation
      of the Local Development Framework (LDF).

      Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS)

2.2   Local development framework annual monitoring reports will be developed against
      the wider context of regional monitoring. Regional reports need to have regard to and
      incorporate the findings of local planning authorities AMRs in their analysis. Whilst
      local development framework and regional spatial strategy annual monitoring reports
      are both concerned with assessing policy implementation, the LDF annual monitoring
      report focuses on performance at a local level whereas the RSS is concerned with
      strategic trends on a regional and sub regional level. The core output indicators set
      by the government assist in developing linkages.

      Sub-regional

2.3   Joint work with neighbouring authorities and the County Council may be necessary
      on matters of more than local significance, including cross boundary matters.

      Role of Government Office

2.4   The Local Planning Authority (LPA) is required to submit the annual monitoring report
      to the Government Office for Yorkshire and the Humber (GOYH) on behalf of the
      Secretary of State as required by Regulation 48 (8). There may also be a need to
      discuss performance of policy implementation. The GOYH will have an opportunity to
      comment on the development of Selby‟s monitoring framework, including proposed
      indicators, policy targets and housing trajectories.

      Sustainability Appraisal

2.5   Local planning authorities are required to adopt an integrated approach to monitoring
      local development frameworks that takes full account of the monitoring needs of
      sustainability appraisals. This process will allow objectives and policies contained
      within the LDF to be appraised against wider sustainable development objectives i.e.
      social, environmental and economic factors.

      Community Strategy

2.6   The Local Development Framework will share the common objective of achieving
      sustainable development with the Community Strategy. The overall aim of the
      Community Strategy is based on the Council‟s Mission:

          ‘To improve the quality of life for those who live and work in the district’.

2.7   Over the next five years the Council aim is to create „a future where the people of
      Selby district live in strong, inclusive, healthy and safe communities, which have an
      improved environment and a thriving economy‟. This is to be delivered through five
      themes:

          1)   Targeting and co-ordinating our efforts in the areas of greatest need
          2)   Working with our community
          3)   Developing sustainable communities
          4)   Developing our three market towns and surrounding rural areas
          5)   Improving the image of the area


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2.8   The Local Development Framework will contribute to the implementation of many of
      the actions set out in the Community Strategy for the key themes and this will be
      demonstrated through policy implementation and monitoring.




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      Chapter 3 - Monitoring Framework - Addressing the Five Key Monitoring
      Requirements

3.1   The monitoring framework for Selby District Local Development Framework (LDF) will
      evolve as work on the LDF progresses. The framework is based on meeting the 5 key
      monitoring tasks as set out in Section 35 of the Act (see paragraph 1.3 of this report).
      The paragraphs below detail how Selby‟s Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) intends to
      meet these tasks.

      Task 1 : Review progress of Local Development Documents against the Local
      Development Scheme (LDS).

3.2   The timetable and progress of documents in the LDS will be reviewed. In accordance
      with PPS12 (Para 4.47) and the Good Practice Guide the AMR will report on:

                  Whether the LDS targets and milestones in table 1 and on the gant chart
                   in the LDS have been met, are on target, are falling behind or will not be
                   met.

                  Where there is slippage or targets have not been met reasons will be
                   provided

                  If there is a need to update the LDS particularly if there has been
                   slippage or failure to meet targets/milestones.


      Task 2 - Assess the extent to which policies in Local Development Documents
      are being implemented.

3.3   The Core Strategy will set out the key objectives of the Local Development
      Framework. These will then form the basis of the monitoring strategy. The policies in
      the LDF will seek to achieve these objectives and appropriate indicators will be
      developed and reported on in future AMRs. These will demonstrate the extent to
      which policies are being successful in contributing towards the objectives. The
      indicators/targets for policies will try to follow the SMART principles (Specific,
      Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound). However, it is considered that not
      every policy will have individual targets and indicators, as there may be common
      indicators for measuring a number of policies. Individual indicators for every policy
      would result in an extremely high number of indicators/targets, exceeding guidance in
      the Good Practice Guide. Key policies are therefore likely to be monitored based on
      current Council priorities.

3.4   The success of a policy will be measured through the monitoring of both core and
      local indicators. Changes to these indicators should provide a good indication as to
      whether a policy is being successful or needs amending.

3.5   Policy implementation is a complex area, which is influenced by many factors
      including the delivery and policy regimes of other stakeholders. Any assessment will
      have to have regard to this, as changes in indicator results will not always be the
      result of the LDF policy. Some policies also will only be able to be measured by
      qualitative measures for example design and quality of the environment. Qualitative
      information may therefore be needed to assess policy performance for example
      through Questionnaires and Surveys.

3.6   It is considered that it will be inappropriate to start monitoring LDF policies until LDDs
      are adopted. Pending the adoption of LDF documents the AMR will assess the extent
      to which saved policies in the Selby District Local Plan are being implemented in
      accordance with Regulation 48. This will be done through Core Indicators and the
      development of local indicators for key policies in the Local Plan (Appendix 1 sets out
      indicators that are included in this AMR). Currently monitoring systems are not
      established to monitor all of the saved policies in the Local Plan. As monitoring
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       systems become more refined and developed it is anticipated that it will be possible
       for more of the saved policies to be monitored. Investigations into the development of
       such monitoring practices and the need to monitor all saved policies is being explored
       within resource limitations.


       Task 3 – Where policies are not being implemented, explain why and to see
       what steps should be taken to ensure that the policy is implemented or whether
       the policy is amended or replaced.

3.7    The success of a policy will be measured through the monitoring of indicators.
       Changes to these indicators should provide a good indication as to whether a policy
       is being successful or needs adapting. The AMR will try to provide an explanation as
       to why a policy is failing and what steps are necessary to ensure effective
       implementation.


       Task 4 - Identify the significant effects of implementing policies in Local
       Development Documents and whether they are as intended

3.8    Monitoring of significant effects will be based on the baseline data and indicator
       tables in the Council‟s Sustainability Appraisal Reports. Monitoring of significant
       effect indicators is needed to assess the extent to which policies contribute to wider
       sustainability objectives in the LDF.

3.9    It is anticipated that not all indicators will be reported on yearly, as some of the data
       may be collated less frequently depending on the nature of the indicator and on the
       length of time required for the effect to be detected.

3.10   It is not appropriate to include Significant Effects Indicators in this AMR given the
       stage we have reached in producing Sustainability Appraisals (SA).

3.11   Significant Effect Indicators are likely to be reviewed whenever a SA is conducted for
       a local development document.


       Task 5 - Set out whether policies are to be amended or replaced.

3.12   Through time it will be necessary for policies to be amended or replaced. This could
       be linked to changes in central government policy, changes to Council priorities or
       that the policy may not be achieving its objectives. The AMR will identify such issues
       and set out how the policy should be amended and timescales.




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      Chapter 4 - Contextual Indicators

4.1   The first Annual Monitoring report (AMR) included a number of Contextual Indicators,
      which although not required under the legislation for the AMR, Section 13 of the Act
      and Local Planning Regulations require local Planning authorities to survey the
      characteristics of their areas. Since the 2005 Annual Monitoring Report the collection
      of baseline data has been undertaken for the preparation of the Core Strategy
      Scoping Report. The baseline data provides a profile of the District in a wider context
      (ie social, environmental and economic), which are important when developing spatial
      plan policies. These will enable the effects of the strategies and Policies of the LDF to
      be monitored. The Good Practice Guide recommends that authorities should
      undertake a systematic review of contextual indicators every five years. This should
      be sufficient time for policies to have begun to have an effect. The Core Strategy
      Scoping Report can be viewed on the Council‟s website.




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                        Chapter 5 - Local Development Scheme

           5.1          Section 35 of the Act and Regulation 48 requires the Annual Monitoring Report to
                        contain information on whether the timetable and milestones in the Local
                        Development Scheme (LDS) are being achieved.

           5.2          Unlike indicators in this report, which are based on the 2005/2006 financial year,
                        Regulation 48 requires the AMR to reflect on progress towards milestones and
                        targets at the time the AMR is published, and to identify any adjustments needed to
                        the programme.

           5.3          To illustrate progress made and any necessary adjustments required, the individual
                        documents identified in Table 1 of the agreed LDS, which have milestones up to 1st
                        November 2006, are considered in turn below.


                        Statement of Community Involvement (SCI)

                        Table 1 – Extract from Table 1 of agreed April 2005 LDS
Document         Status     Description          Chain of      Evidence       Consultation   Consultation    Submission     Receipt of   Estimated
Name                                             Conformity    Gathering      on issues      on preferred    to             Inspectors   date of
                                                               and Early      and options    options         Secretary      Binding      adoption
                                                               Stakeholder/                  (DPD) or        of State/      Report
                                                               Community                     draft           formal
                                                               Engagement                    SCI/SPD         consultation

Statement        LDD        Standards for        Must be in    May -          N/A            November –      March 2006     October      December
of               (Non       community and        conformity    September                     December                       2006         2006
Community        DPD)       stakeholder          with the      2005                          2005
Involvement                 engagement           Regulations




           5.4    Consultation took place between 16 February 2006 and 30 March 2006 on the draft
           SCI. Representations received were reported back to our Policy and Resources Committee
           on 1 August 2006. The SCI was submitted to the Secretary of State on the 26 October 2006.


                        Core Strategy

                        Table 2 – Extract from Table 1 of agreed April 2005 LDS
Document      Status Description                   Chain of   Evidence        Consultation   Consultation   Submission      Receipt of   Estimated
Name                                               Conformity Gathering       on issues      on preferred   to Secretary    Inspectors   date of
                                                              and Early        and options   options        of State/       Binding      adoption
                                                              Stakeholder/                   (DPD) or       formal          Report
                                                              Community                      draft          consultation
                                                              Engagement                     SCI/SPD
Core          DPD         District wide vision     Must be in May -           January –      August –       March – April   March        May
Strategy                  and spatial              general    November        February       September      2007            2008         2008
                          strategy, including      conformity 2005            2006           2006
                          policies to control      with RSS
                          the release of
                          housing land and
                          achieve balanced
                          housing markets

           5.5          A number of stakeholders have been consulted on the Core Strategy Issues and
                        Options Report and the Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report and many more
                        informed in May/June 2006. A detailed questionnaire formed part of this consultation
                        exercise. The deadline for comments was the 23 June 2006. Comments received are
                        now being considered and will be used to inform the preferred options. Recent
                        Inspectors Reports following Examination of the first Core Strategies submitted
                        indicate a need for a more robust evidence base and consultation on alternative
                        options. The timetable for the Core Strategy is therefore currently being reviewed.



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                            Developer Contribution Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

                            Table 3 – Extract from Table 1 of agreed April 2005 LDS
Document              Status   Description          Chain of   Evidence        Consultation   Consultation   Submission     Receipt of Estimated
Name                                                Conformity Gathering       on issues      on preferred   to Secretary   Inspectors date of
                                                               and Early       and            options        of State/      Binding    adoption
                                                               Stakeholder/    options        (DPD) or       formal         Report
                                                               Community                      draft          consultation
                                                               Engagement                     SCI/SPD
Developer             SPD      To identify the      With       N/A             N/A            September -    N/A            N/A        March
contributions                  Councils             saved                                     October                                  2006
                               requirements for     SDLP                                      2005
                               mitigating impacts
                               of new
                               development and
                               delivering
                               sustainable
                               development
                               through planning
                               obligations

                5.6     The consultation on the Developer Contribution Supplementary Planning Document
                took place between 27 April 2006 and 8 June 2006. Responses are due to be considered by
                                                       th
                Policy and Resources Committee on 28 November 2006. Subject to Member‟s views and
                the extent of changes required as a result of the consultation it should be possible to adopt
                the SPD before the end of the year.


                            Housing Delivery Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

                            Table 4 – Extract from Table 1 of agreed April 2005 LDS
Document              Status   Description          Chain of   Evidence        Consultation   Consultation   Submission     Receipt of Estimated
Name                                                Conformity Gathering       on issues      on preferred   to Secretary   Inspectors date of
                                                               and Early       and            options        of State/      Binding    adoption
                                                               Stakeholder/    options        (DPD) or       formal         Report
                                                               Community                      draft          consultation
                                                               Engagement                     SCI/SPD
Housing               SPD      To control the       With       N/A             N/A            June – July    N/A            N/A        December
Delivery                       release of housing   RSS/Core                                   2006                                    2006
                               land                 Strategy



                5.7         Following discussion with GOYH is has been decided to delete this SPD from the
                            LDS, as the current housing land supply (see Paras 6.18 – 6.28) means there is no
                            overriding reason to release Phase 2 housing sites at the present time. Short term
                            housing growth will be restricted to previously developed land inside development
                            limits in order to release annual completions in line with emerging RSS requirements.
                            The Council has decided to replace the SPD in the next LDS with an Area Action
                            Plan for the Selby Area.

                            Strategic Flood Risk Assessment Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

                            Table 5 – Extract from Table 1 of agreed April 2005 LDS
Document              Status   Description          Chain of   Evidence        Consultation   Consultation   Submission     Receipt of Estimated
Name                                                Conformity Gathering       on issues      on preferred   to Secretary   Inspectors date of
                                                               and Early       and            options        of State/      Binding    adoption
                                                               Stakeholder/    options        (DPD) or       formal         Report
                                                               Community                      draft          consultation
                                                               Engagement                     SCI/SPD
Strategic             SPD      To minimise flood    With saved N/A             N/A            September –    N/A            N/A        March
Flood Risk                     risk                 SDLP                                      October                                  2007
Assessment                                                                                     2006

                5.8         A Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (SFRA) is an essential element in the LDF
                            evidence base, and needs to be in place before work can progress on site-specific
                            proposals either through an allocations DPD or area action plans. Following
                            discussion with GOYH it has been decided to delete the SPD from the LDS, although
                            work on the SFRA will still proceed as a priority.
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      Slippage in the LDS Programme

5.9   It can be seen that there is approximately 6 - 12 months slippage in the LDS
      Programme. This is due to the diversion of staff resources to other key area such as
      affordable housing, Renaissance and Olympia Park, plus the fact that is has proved
      difficult to accurately assess the resources needed to produce the new type
      documents, engage with stakeholders and consider responses and comments. A
      revised LDS is currently being produced following consultation with Policy and
      Resources Committee and should be submitted to GOYH early in the New Year.




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      Chapter 6 - Output Indicators

6.1   The main purpose of these output indicators is to measure activities that are directly
      related to and are a consequence of the implementation of planning policies. These
      indicators will help to inform future policy development and assess progress and
      achievements.

6.2   There are three types of output indicators

                        Core Output Indicators
                        Local Indicators
                        Significant Effect Indicators

      Core Output Indicators

6.3   These are national indicators set out by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
      (ODPM). The indicators relate to key planning matters. All Local Authorities (LA‟s)
      have to provide data for these indicators enabling a regional and national picture to
      be built.


      Local Indicators

6.4   Local Indicators are required to address the outputs of policies not covered by the
      core output indicators. A limited number of local indicators have been developed
      based on the current Selby District Local Plan (SDLP) and Council priorities. Further
      indicators will be developed on an incremental basis over time reflecting changing
      monitoring needs of the authority, the development of monitoring experience and the
      availability of resources. These will vary according to particular local circumstances
      and Council priorities. Local indicators together with the core output indicators will
      ensure a robust assessment of policy implementation.


      Significant Effect Indicators

6.5   Monitoring of significant effects will be based on the baseline data and indicators in
      the Council‟s Sustainability Appraisal Reports. Monitoring of such data should
      enable a comparison to be made between the predicted effects and the actual effects
      measured during implementation of the policies. Not all indicators will be reported
      annually, as some of the data may be collated less frequently depending on the
      nature of the indicator and the length of time the effect can be monitored.

6.6   It is not appropriate to include Significant Effects Indicators in this AMR given the
      stage we have reached in producing Local Development Plan Documents. Future
      AMRs will try to indicate how often data will be collected and reported for significant
      effect indicators.


6.7   A list of indicators included in this AMR are listed in Appendix 1




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          Business Development


  6.8     Many of the indicators for business development relate to activities in the Town and
          Country Planning Use Classes Order. Employment land types in this Annual
          Monitoring Report (AMR) are based on the Use Classes Order 2005.

  6.9     There are three land use types in the Uses Classes Order 2005 that are relevant to
          Employment:
              B1 a, b and c Business – (Offices (not within A2), Research and
                                             development, studios, laboratories, Light industry)
              B2 General Industry
              B8 Storage and Distribution – (Wholesale warehouse, distribution centres)


          Core Indicator 1a – Amount of floor space developed for employment by type

  6.10    A total of 75,282 square metres (sqm) of employment floorspace have been
          developed in the District between 1 April 2005 and 31 March 2006. Table 6 below
          breaks down the amount of gross floorspace developed on completed employment
          sites by type (see Para 6.9 for land type details). In addition to the floorspace created
          there is an additional application for car storage. This does not have any associated
          buildings but provides 1.35ha of B8 storage. This is approximately a 36% increase in
          employment floorspace developed than during the previously monitoring period. (The
          data is based on developments requiring planning permission; it does not include
          permitted change of uses).

  6.11    The „multiple‟ class relates to applications that are not specific to one B use class.

        Table 6 - Gross floorspace provided through implemented planning
        permissions in 05/06
                      B1 (sqm)    B2 (sqm)      B8 (sqm)     Multiple   Total (sqm)
                                                             (sqm)
  Completed sites           1,069           99         1,070       437          2,675
  below
  1000sqm/0.4ha
  Completed sites               0        4,593        63,951     4,063         72,607
  above
  1000sqm/0.4ha
  Total                     1,069        4,692        65,021     4,500         75,282

          The table below provides sites details of developments completed for employment
          types.

           Table 7 - Site details of developments completed for employment types
        Location                            Proposal                      PDL Floorspace                UCO
Home Farm, Main         Proposed change of use and extensions to           No     300                 B1a
Street, Thorganby       existing disused farm buildings to provide office
                        accommodation
York Road Nurseries, Proposed erection of an additional workshop          Yes      70                 B1b
Riccall                 unit
12 Normandy Close, Change of use of dwelling to office                    Yes      94                 B1a
Selby                   accommodation (B1)
Unit 11, Selby          Proposed erection of 1 No. Industrial Unit        Yes     437                 B1/B2
Business Park, Selby
Drax Power Station, Proposed erection of a store for bio-fuel plant       Yes    2000                 B8
Drax
The Laurels, Main       Erection of a storage building to house            No     120                 B8

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      Location                             Proposal                                  PDL          Floorspace        UCO
Road, Drax              completed machinery/parts
ETS (UK) Ltd,           Proposed erection of one, and one part bay                   Yes             99        B2
Northside Industrial    Extension to Factory
Estate, Selby Road,
Eggborough
Glassworks, Weeland     Proposed amendment to previously approved                    Yes            4593       B2
Road, Eggborough        application 8/37/184G/PA dated 18/2/2003 for
                        erection of an extension to provide respectively
                        for glass coatings process and warehousing
Storage Shed,           Proposed erection of storage sheds and                        No             950       B8
Pasture Lane,           associated access road
Brotherton
Sherburn Enterprise     Amendments to previous application No.                        No            1068       (B1/B2/B8)
Park, Bishopdyke        8/58/243D/PA for the erection of industrial units
Road, Sherburn In       and associated works (formally units 2B to 12)
Elmet
Sherburn Enterprise     Amendments to previous application No.                        No            1300       (B1/B2/B8)
Park, Bishopdyke        8/58/243D/PA for the erection of industrial units
Road, Sherburn In       and associated works (formally units 2B to 12)
Elmet
Land Off Aviation       Application for industrial development                        No            1695       (B1/B2/B8)
Road, Sherburn In       comprising of three units
Elmet
Land At Sherburn       Proposed storage, distribution warehouses                      No            61951      B8
Enterprise Park        together with industrial starter units. With assoc
Bishopdyke Road,       offices, car parking, trailer parking, landscaping,
Sherburn In Elmet      vehicle repair/was/fuel areas inc assoc ground
                       works and provision of ancillary service
                       connections.
John Smith's Brewery, Application for the refurbishment of existing                  Yes             605       B1c
High Street, Tadcaster office/workshops to create office/laboratory
                       accommodation
Total Floorspace                                                                                    75,282

           As stated above in para 6.10 there is one other B8 application for Car Storage. This
           does not have any associated buildings but provides 1.35 ha of B8 storage.

       Location                             Proposal                                 PDL             Area            UCO
Manheim Auctions        Application for change of use of land from cafe              PDL            1.35ha     B8
Great, Brotherton       (A3) to car storage (B8) in connection with
                        adjacent auction mart


           Core Indicator 1b – Amount of floorspace developed for employment by type on
           allocated sites
           Local Indicator LO1 – Location of employment development

  6.12     Table 8 provides a summary of employment allocations included in the Selby District
           Local Plan. It illustrates what has been completed in the reporting period (1 April 2005
           – 31 March 2006) on the allocated sites. A total of 2,904 sqm has been completed for
           employment land types on allocated employment sites in the reporting period. This is
           considerably lower than last year when 35,444 sqm were completed. Two non B1, B2
           and B8 developments have also been completed on BRAY/1 and EGG/5. The loss of
           employment land to other uses is monitored by indicator 1e and 1f. A total of 61
           hectares of land remained undeveloped and therefore available for employment
           development at 31 March 2006 on allocated employment sites.

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                  Table 8 – Status of Employment Allocations in Selby District Local Plan at 31
                  March 2006

 SDLP    LOCATION              SITE      COMPLETED IN FY05/06             PLANNING          SITE            COMMENTS          ALLOCATION
 REF :                         AREA                                      PERMISSION        AREA                                STATUS at
                                (Ha)                                     STATUS ON        LEFT AT                              31/03/2006
                                                                        OUTSTANDING       31/03/06
                                                                           LAND AT          (Ha)
                                                                           31/03/06
BAR/1    Magazine Road,          5.4                None                Outline Pending     5.4           The outline          Not Started
         BARLBY                                                                                      application is pending
                                                                                                           from 1995
BAR/1A   Rear of Olympia         7.0                None                    Outline         7.0       New access road &        Not Started
         Mills/BOCM,                                                                                 bridge over railway at
         BARLBY                                                                                          BOCM Pauls
BRAY/1   Selby Business          8.5       437 sqm B1 extension          Full & Outline     7.6         The outstanding          Started
         Park, Brayton                    187 sqm SG (COU from           Permissions                    permissions are:
                                          A1 (was Selby Carpets                                      0.25 ha (Full) for Car
                                         A1)) for (Colliers Car Hire)                                   Showroom (SG)
                                         574 sqm of A1 (was Selby                                     0.1863ha (Full) for
                                          Carpets A1) for (Jolleys                                          (B8) use
                                                 Pet Foods)                                            2.29ha Outline for
                                            These are all on the                                         B1/B2/B8 use
                                         developed part of BRAY/1
BRAY/2   East of Bawtry          1.6                None                    Outline         1.6       Part of Staynor Hall     Not Started
         Road, BRAYTON                                                    Permission                  Outline Application
                                                                          06/06/2005                    8/19/1011C/PA
CLF/1    Cliffe Common,          1.5                None                     None           1.5               None             Not Started
         CLIFFE
EGG/5    Selby Road              5.2           890 sqm of SG             Outline & Full     3.3      Outline for B1/B2/B8        Started
         (north),                          (Agricultural Machinery                                         on 3.3ha.
         EGGBOROUGH                          Sales) on 0.30 ha.                                      3 x Full applications
                                              (Russell‟s Farm                                        for B1/B8 on part of
                                                 Machinery)                                                   3.3ha
EGG/7    Selby Road              2.4     99 sqm extension of B2 at        No planning       2.1        Full for 69.7 sqm         Started
         (south),                               ELS (UK) Ltd             permission on                Office extension at
         EGGBOROUGH                       This is on the developed      remaining 2.10                   ELS (UK) Ltd
                                                part of EGG/7             ha of EGG/7                    This is on the
                                                                                                      developed part of
                                                                                                             EGG/7
SEL/3    Bawtry Road,            3.2     Completed 2003/2004 for           Completed        0.0       Now Three Lakes          Completed
         SELBY                              non Employment                2003/2004 for                   Retail Park         2003/2004 for
                                             Development                non employment                                         Retail Use
                                                                          development
SEL/4    Denison Road,          12.4                None                   No planning      5.25     Full for 14952 sqm of       Started
         SELBY                                                           permissions on                B2 at (Rigid Paper)
                                                                            remaining                        (Phase 2)
                                                                              5.25ha                      This is on the
                                                                                                        developed part of
                                                                                                               SEL/4
SHB/2    Land at Sherburn        2.4                None                This is 1.762ha    1.762       Full for 905 sqm of       Started
         Enterprise Park                                                   of vacant                 office space on 0.466
         (North),                                                       expansion land                 ha for Hero (UK) at
         SHERBURN IN                                                     for Renshaw                        Supercook.
         ELMET                                                             Scott Ltd                      This is on the
                                                                         (Supercook)                    developed part of
                                                                                                               SHB/2
SHB/3    Land at Sherburn       6.33      2 x B1/B2/B8 buildings             None           0.0       Full for 6140 sqm B2     Allocation
         Enterprise Park                 (Units 8 & 9) of 1300 sqm                                         extension at        Completed
         (East),                           & 1068 sqm built on           Allocated site              (Cromwell Polythene)
         SHERBURN IN                           0.67ha of land                SHB/3                        This is on the
         ELMET                                                            completed                     developed part of
                                                                                                               SHB/3
SHB4     Land at Sherburn       16.6                None                    2 x Full        16.6          This has 2 full        Started
         Enterprise Park                                                  Applications                   applications for
         (South East),                                                                               B1/B2/B8 uses which
         SHERBURN IN                                                                                 cover the whole of the
         ELMET                                                                                       allocation area These
                                                                                                        are for Gladman
                                                                                                           Supersheds
TAD/3    London Road,            9.0                None                     None           9.0                None            Not Started
         TADCASTER

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       Core Indicator 1c – Amount of floorspace by employment type, which is on
       previously developed land

6.13   A total of 10.5% of new employment floorspace has been built on previously
       developed land; this is a decrease from last year, when monitoring illustrated 32% of
       new employment floorspace was built on previously developed land. One reason for
       this is the completions of developments at Sherburn Enterprise Park. Table 9 displays
       floorspace (sqm) developed by employment type, on previously development land.
       (The data is based on developments requiring planning permission; it does not
       include permitted change of uses).

       Table 9 – Floorspace developed by employment type on previously developed
       land in 2005/06
                B1 Use        B2 Use       B8 Use       Multiple Use    All land
                Class         Class        Class        Class (B1,      types
                                                        B2 & B8)
Total           769           4,692        2,000        437             7,898
Floorspace in
square
meters (sqm)

6.14   Graph 1 illustrates the percentage of floorspace by employment type, which was
       completed on previously developed land in 2005/06.


            Graph 1 - Percentage of floorspace completed in 2005/06 by
             employment type, which is on previously developed land
                                      100
               100
                                                                                     B1
                80            72
                                                                                     B2
                60
  Percentage                                                                         B8
                40
                                                                                     Multiple
                20                                      9.7      10.5
                                               3.1                                   All Types
                 0


       Core Indicator 1d – Employment land available by type

6.15   A total of 329.4 ha of employment land was available for development at 31 March
       2006. This includes 61 ha of land available for development on employment
       allocations (which are included in the multiple land type) and outstanding planning
       permissions for employment. This figure includes results following a pick up survey of
       employment sites and the large outline application at Burn Airfield for the erection of a
       science research and development facility, which equates to 195ha, as the red line
       curtilage of the application relates to the whole of the airfield. Graph 2 breaks down
       the 329.44 ha available by land type. Appendix 2 provides sites details of land with
       outstanding employment permission.




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          Graph 2 - Employment Land available in hectares by type at 31
                                 March 2006
                                                          329.4
            350
            300                                                           B1
                       198.97
            250                                                           B2
            200
   Hectares                                                               B8
            150                                 76.95
                                 51.4                                     Multiple
            100
                                        2.09                              Total of all land types
             50
              0


       Core Indicator 1e – Losses of employment land in the Local Authority Area
       Local Indicator L02 – Losses of existing employment land in the Local
       Authority Area
       Core Indicator 1f – Amount of employment land lost to residential development

6.16   The definition of Core Indicator 1e has been amended since last years return. This
       indicator relates to the amount of land (in hectares) which was available for
       employment (UCOs B1 (a), (b) and (c), B2 and B8) in the previous monitoring year
       (Indicator 1d) but has been lost to completed non-employment uses in the current
       monitoring year within the authority area and within employment areas (defined and
       allocated in the Local Development Framework).

       Monitoring shows that only one site had been development for non B1, B2 and B8
       which was available in last years monitoring period for employment purposes (1d). A
       total of 0.31 ha has been lost to a Sui Generis use on the EGG/5 Employment
       Allocated Site. The development completed relates to Russell Farm machinery for the
       sale and repairs of Agricultural machinery. For the purposes therefore of Core
       indicator 1f there has been no land lost to residential development, which was
       available in 1d in the previous monitoring period.

6.17   In addition to reporting loss of sites with employment consents (included in indicator
       1d) to non-employment uses, it is considered important to illustrate losses of existing
       employment uses to non- employment developments. Table 10 provides details of
       seven employment sites, where development has commenced for non-B1, B2 and B8
       uses in 2005/06. The combined site area of these sites lost to non-employment uses
       was 4.53 ha. Out of this total 4.21 ha was lost to residential development. (The data
       is based on developments requiring planning permission; it does not include
       permitted change of uses). This is a significant increase from last year when only
       1.29ha of employment land was lost to non-employment uses. This trend will continue
       to be monitored.

        Table 10 – Losses of Employment Land between 1 April 2005 – 31 March 2006
Site                          Development Description                 Land area lost as
                                                                      employment
                                                                      (hectares)
Land Adj To Barker And        Building for the sale, distribution and 0.3087
Stonehouse                    servicing of agricultural and goundcare
Selby Road                    equipment
Eggborough
Portland Works                Change of Use and conversion of         0.021
Main Street                   redundant office space and extension
Hemingbrough
Mine Rescue Station           Erection of 38 dwellings                1.07
Kaye Drive
Barlby
The Old Chapel,               Change of Use to two dwellings and      0.1135

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Cliffe                            erection of two detached dwellings
43 Flaxley Road                   Erection of a block of four flats                   0.0496
Selby
Selby Scaffolding Services        Residental development for 24                       0.203
Ltd                               apartments
Canal Road
Selby
Triesse                           Residential development for 84 dwellings            2.76
Vulcan Works Sandwath
Lane
Church Fenton
Total                                                                                 4.21 ha




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       Housing


       Core Indicators 2a (i-v) - Housing Trajectory


       Housing Trajectory

6.18   As indicated in last years AMR, until the end of 2006, housing provision targets are
       set out in the adopted Selby District Local Plan. Beyond that they will reflect the
       emerging Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS), which has reached the Examination in
       Public stage and is expected to be issued in its final form next year. The District
       Council will establish the spatial distribution of new housing through its Local
       Development Framework Documents, which will be based on the final, approved
       RSS. The current trajectory therefore provides a baseline situation, which will
       influence the post 2006 requirements to be included in the Local Development
       Framework Core Strategy and other documents.
       Recent Housing Completions
       Graph 3 - Housing Completions 1995 -
       2006

                                                 Housing Completions March 1995 -2005


                         700

                         600                                                                          ------ 620dpa
                                                                                                      SDLP Requ'ment
                         500
           Completions




                                                                                                      Feb05 - Dec 06
                         400
                                                                                                      ------- 400dpa
                         300
                                                                                                      Draft RSS
                         200                                                                          Requirement
                                                                                                      2004 - 2016
                         100

                          0
                               95-   96-   97-   98-   99-        00-   01-   02-   03-   04-   05-
                               96    97    98    99    00         01    02    03    04    05    06

       Note
       * Housing completions up to and including 2003/2004 must be taken as indicative only. In the later stages
       of the District Local Plan preparation process, detailed surveys revealed under enumeration in past years.
       An average correction factor has been applied to compensate and therefore the totals for individual years
       will not be strictly accurate.

                                                             st
6.19   Housing completions in the year to 31 March 2006 continued the strong growth in
       the previous year to exceed the adopted Selby District Local Plan target of 620
       dwellings per annum.

6.20   As predicted in the AMR last year, new permissions granted for housing during the
       year increased the overall level of outstanding commitments that now stands at over
       3000 dwellings. A major contribution was the permission granted at Staynor Hall,
       Selby for a potential 1200 dwellings over the next ten years or so. There is only one
       SDLP Phase 1 housing allocation still to gain planning permission, this site is waiting
       the signing of its associated Section 106 agreement.

6.21   Notwithstanding the contributions from allocated sites, under existing policies, there
       continues to be a steady supply of „brownfield‟ windfalls. 241 new dwellings were
       granted permission on small (under 15 dwellings) sites last year.



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                  Future Housing Completions

6.22              Last year was the first attempt at developing a basic model to predict future house
                  building. Last years prediction for the year 2005/6 was 644 dwellings that proved
                  remarkably close to the actual 638 completions recorded by the Council‟s site
                  monitoring surveys.

6.23              The methodology has continued to be refined, armed with the benefit of a further
                  year‟s accurate monitoring. More extensive telephone checks with developers on
                  their programmes for the larger sites of 15 dwellings or more (20 dwellings last year)
                  have been undertaken this year.

6.24              Last year it was not considered appropriate to attempt to predict over a longer future
                  period beyond 3 years as the Selby District Local Plan period finishes in 2006 and the
                  Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) requirement for the District had not yet been
                  finalised. Following the publication of the Draft Regional Spatial Strategy, which
                  includes provisional requirements to 2021 and the draft of a revised PPS3, which
                  asks authorities to be sure of a five-year land supply, it is considered appropriate to
                                                                st
                  attempt to predict housing delivery up to 31 March 2011. However until the
                  Council‟s planning strategy beyond 2006 has been established through the new Core
                  Strategy, which is currently being prepared, there is limited guidance from strategic
                  planning policy in the medium term, which, in turn continues to make medium to long
                  term forecasting difficult.

6.25              The information sources used are as follows:

                                    Outstanding planning permissions as at 31/3/2005
                                    Outstanding planning permissions as at 31/3/2006
                                    Sites/plots started at 31/3/2006.
                                    Planning permissions 31/3/2005 – 31/3/2006.
                                    Planning permissions 31/3/2006 – 30/6/2006.
                                    SDLP Phase 1 allocations likely to be started before 31/3/2011.

                  A Housing Trajectory Technical Paper is available providing a commentary and
                  explaining the background and assumptions behind the projections.

                  Graph 4 - Projected Housing Completions - Years 06/07 – 10/11

                                         Actual and Projected Completions
                                                 Years 04/05 - 10/11
                                                                                           Completions
                 900
                 800
                                                                                           Estimated Completions
                 700
   Completions




                 600
                 500                                                                       SDLP Housing
                 400                                                                       Requirement 05-07**
                 300                                                                       Draft RSS Requirement
                 200
                 100
                   0                                                                ** SDLP Requirement runs from
                       04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11                    February 2005 - December 2006



6.26              From the graph it can be seen that actual completions for year 2005/6 exceeded the
                  SDLP requirement of 620 pa, with potentially higher levels, approaching 800
                  dwellings per annum expected in 2006/7 and around 700 dwellings in 2007/8. Last
                  year, although very high figures were predicted from the land supply, it was
                  considered more realistic in terms of marketing and construction capacity to cap the

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       prediction for the years 06/07 and 07/08 to 800 dpa. This years‟ predictions based
       upon the latest information has reduced those high peaks. In the light of these
       reduced estimates and the confidence in the model produced by the closeness of last
       year‟s predicted and actual figures, it is not considered necessary to cap the current
       predictions. The 2008/9 construction levels are also expected to be high and it is not
       until year 09/10 that levels fall to the ongoing Regional Spatial Strategy requirement
       (400dpa in the Draft RSS).

6.27   As discussed in last years AMR, there is clearly now a land supply, which will permit
       high levels of house building within the District over the next 2 to 3 years. Despite
       some reduction in last year‟s predictions pre-2008, if current policies are continued,
       there will be a substantial surplus of completions over the underlying Draft RSS target
       by 2011 (Graph 5), which will limit the need for further early land releases of Phase 2
       allocated sites through the Local Development Framework.
6.28   In response to the current high level of commitments, the Council will continue to
       strictly control the release of housing land (which will be restricted to previously
       developed land within development limits) in accordance with Policy H2A of the
       adopted SDLP, until monitoring demonstrates a need to top up existing commitments.

       Graph 5 - Projected Cumulative Difference Between Completions and Housing
       Requirement


                           Cumulative Difference Betw een Completions and
                          Requirement (400dpa) (Assuming Current Policies)
1400

1200

1000

 800                                                                                         Projected
                                                                                             Cumulative
 600                                                                                         Difference
 400

 200

   0
        04-05     05-06       06-07       07-08       08-09      09-10       10-11




       Core Indicator 2b – Percentage of new and converted dwellings on previously
       developed land (PDL)
       Local Indicator L03 – Percentage of new dwellings completed on both PDL and
       Greenfield Sites

6.29   There were 478 completions (gross) on previously developed land (as defined in
       PPG3 Annex C) in 2005/2006. This equates to 75% of all completions, a rise of 23%
       on last year‟s figure of 52%. This figures is in excess of the Regional target of 45%.
       The (net) annual dwelling completions on previously developed land within each
       parish are shown in Table 11.

6.30   The following settlements are not shown in Table 11 as there were no completions in
       these parishes - Acaster Selby, Barkston Ash, Bilbrough, Birkin, Bolton Percy, Burn,
       Byram cum Sutton, Catterton, Chapel Haddlesey, Colton, Cridling Subbs, Escrick,
       Grimston, Hambleton, Healaugh, Heck, Huddleston & Newthorpe, Kelfield,
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       Kellington, Kirk Smeaton, Kirkby Wharfe, Lead, Little Fenton, Long Drax, Newton
       Kyme cum Toulston, Newland, Oxton, Ryther, Stapleton, Steeton, Temple Hirst,
       Thorganby, Thorpe Willoughby, Towton ,Walden Stubbs and West Haddlesey.

       Table 11 - Net Dwelling Completions between 2005/06 on previously developed
       land
           Parish                     Completions on Previously           Completions on all sites 2004/05
                                          Developed sites
APPLETON ROEBUCK                                  2                                       2
BALNE                                             0                                       2
BARLBY                                           18                                       24
BARLOW                                            4                                       20
BEAL                                              1                                       2
BIGGIN                                            0                                       1
BRAYTON                                           8                                       23
BROTHERTON                                        9                                       9
BURTON SALMON                                     1                                       4
CAMBLESFORTH                                      4                                       5
CARLTON                                           5                                       5
CAWOOD                                           13                                       22
CHURCH FENTON                                    72                                       72
CLIFFE and S. DUFFIELD                           13                                       14
DRAX                                              2                                       3
EGGBOROUGH                                      (-1)                                      28
FAIRBURN                                         30                                       31
GATEFORTH                                         4                                       4
HEMINGBROUGH                                      7                                       15
HENSALL                                           4                                       12
HILLAM                                            1                                       3
HIRST COURTNEY                                    0                                       1
LITTLE SMEATON                                    1                                       1
MONK FRYSTON                                     19                                       29
NORTH DUFFIELD                                    0                                       3
RICCALL                                           3                                       3
SAXTON CUM SCARTHINGWELL                         10                                       10
SELBY                                           159                                      172
SHERBURN IN ELMET                                 9                                       23
SKIPWITH                                          0                                       4
SOUTH MILFORD                                     1                                       6
STILLINGFLEET                                     5                                       7
STUTTON + HAZLEWOOD                               0                                       1
TADCASTER                                         8                                       8
ULLESKELF                                         1                                       1
WHITLEY                                          52                                       52
WISTOW                                            8                                       9
WOMERSLEY                                         0                                       2
                       Totals                   473                                      633



6.31   Figure 1 illustrates type of villages/towns within which completions have taken place.
       The pie chart shows 96% of completions have taken place in the most sustainable
       settlements in the District (the market towns and H6 settlements). This is an increase
       of 11% since last year.




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                 Figure 1 - Percentage of completions by Settlement Types

                                       4%
                                                                            Market Towns

                                                 40%
                                                                            H6 Settlements (excluding
                                                                            Market Towns
                                56%
                                                                            H7 Settlements and Hamlets




       Core Indicator 2c – Percentage of new dwellings completed at
       iv) less than 30 dwellings per hectare
       v) between 30 and 50 dwellings per hectare and
       vi) above 50 dwellings per hectare

6.32   PPG3 – Housing (2000) requires Local Authorities to make the most efficient use of
       land by avoiding developments, which make inefficient use of land. Policy H2B –
       Housing Density in the Selby District Local Plan (SDLP) requires proposals for
       residential development to achieve a minimum net density of 30 dwellings per hectare
       in order to ensure the efficient use of land. Higher densities are also required by the
       policy in appropriate areas for example the market towns and in villages that have
       good infrastructure. Given the rural nature of the District the policy recognises lower
       densities may be appropriate where form and character of particular settlements is of
       particular importance.

                 Figure 2 - Percentage of new dwellings completed in density ranges



                                 26%

                                                                             Density of <30
                                                   49%
                                                                             Density of >=30 and <=50
                                                                             Density of <50
                                    25%




6.33   The pie chart above (figure 2) illustrates density rates for completions (gross) in
       2005/06. Just more than half of schemes achieved a density of equal to or greater
       than 30 dwellings per hectare. It is still evident that a large percentage of schemes
       achieved a density of less than 30 dwelling per hectare. „Sustainability‟ and „Form and
       Character‟ issues are being considered through the Core Strategy.


       Local Indicator LO4 – Number of outstanding commitments

6.34   Table 12 below provides a breakdown by parish of outstanding commitments. Out of
       the 3029 outstanding commitments, 47% are on previously developed land. In last
       years report it was anticipated that the greenfield windfall pool of outstanding
       commitments would continue to reduce in line with Policy H2A – Managing the
       Release of Housing Land in the SDLP. The statistics show that outstanding
       Greenfield windfalls have actual risen. This is particularly linked to the release of
       greenfield allocations allocated in the Selby District Local Plan, which includes the
       large SEL/2 – Staynor Hall development where 1188 dwellings are outstanding. This


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         trend will be monitored in future AMRs. The outstanding permissions have been
         taken into account in the housing trajectory (Para 6.18-6.28).

         Table 12 – Outstanding Net Dwellings at 31 March 2006.
            Parish                    Greenfield               Previously Developed Land        Total
ACASTER SELBY                             3                                 2                     5
APPLETON ROEBUCK                          7                                 3                     10
BALNE                                     0                                 1                     1
BARKSTON ASH                              0                                3(-1)                  2
BARLBY                                    21                              58(-2)                  77
BARLOW                                    13                                12                    25
BEAL                                      7                                 7                     14
BIGGIN                                    1                                                       1
BILBROUGH                                 0                                   5                   5
BOLTON PERCY                              0                                   2                   2
BRAYTON                                  143                                 12                  155
BROTHERTON                                0                                   8                   8
BURN                                      0                                   4                   4
BURTON SALMON                             3                                   1                   4
BYRAM CUM SUTTON                          0                                   7                   7
CAMBLESFORTH                              3                                  25                   28
CARLTON                                   1                                  36                   37
CATTERTON                                 3                                   0                   3
CAWOOD                                    4                                   4                   8
CHAPEL HADDLESEY                          0                                   4                   4
CHURCH FENTON                             2                                  67                   69
CLIFFE and S. DUFFIELD                    9                                  36                   45
COLTON                                    1                                   0                   1
CRIDLING STUBBS                           3                                   5                   8
DRAX                                      1                                   5                   6
EGGBOROUGH                                0                                  27                   27
ESCRICK                                   1                                 (-1)                  0
FAIRBURN                                  17                                 10                   27
GATEFORTH                                 0                                   3                   3
HAMBLETON                                 0                                   5                   5
HECK                                      0                                   5                   5
HEMINGBROUGH                              0                                  20                   20
HENSALL                                   4                                   4                   8
HILLAM                                    0                                   3                   3
HIRST COURTNEY                            0                                   1                   1
HUDDLESTON + NEWTHORPE                    2                                   4                   6
KELFIELD                                  0                                   8                   8
KELLINGTON                                0                                   2                   2
KIRK SMEATON                              2                                   9                   11
LITTLE SMEATON                            5                                   3                   8
LONG DRAX                                 1                                   0                   1
MONK FRYSTON                              0                                   8                   8
N KYME CUM TOULSTON                       1                                   0                   1
NEWLAND                                   1                                   6                   7
NORTH DUFFIELD                            0                                   1                   1
RICCALL                                   5                                  12                   17
SAXTON CUM
SCARTHINGWELL                              1                                4                    5
SELBY                                    1189                              631                  1820
SHERBURN IN ELMET                          0                                57                   57
SOUTH MILFORD                            132                                21                  153
STILLINGFLEET                              5                                2                    7
STUTTON + HAZLEWOOD                        1                                4                    5
TADCASTER EAST )                           0                               159                  159
TADCASTER ( WEST )                       1(-1)                              44                   44
THORGANBY                                  3                                2                    5
TOWTON                                     0                                1                    1
ULLESKELF                                  0                                11                   11
WEST HADDLESEY                             3                                1                    4
WHITLEY BRIDGE                             1                                33                   34
WISTOW                                     1                                15                   16
WOMERSLEY                                  9                                1                    10
                       Totals            1609                              1420                 3029

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    6.35      There were no outstanding commitments at 31 March 2006 in Birkin, Grimston,
              Healaugh, Kirkby Wharfe, Lead, Little Fenton, Oxton, Ryther, Skipwith, Stapleton,
              Steeton, Temple Hirst, Thorpe Willoughby, Walden Stubbs.


              Local Indicator L05 – Status of Phase1 Housing Allocations

    6.36      Table 13 shows that planning permission had been granted on 9 of the 11 allocated
              sites. Planning permission was also pending on the two remaining sites which had
              not received planning consent.

    6.37      Seven of the allocated sites have been fully completed and the remaining sites with
              planning consent have been started.

    Table 13 – Status of Phase 1 Housing Allocations as at 31 March 2006

 SDLP      LOCATION                    SITE       Expected       PLANNING        APPROVED        NUMBER OF     DATE SITE
 REF :                                 AREA        No of        PERMISSION        GROSS          DWELLINGS      FINALLY
                                        (Ha)      Dwellings       STATUS            SITE         COMPLETED    COMPLETED
                                                                                   TOTAL                      (FINANCIAL
                                                                                                                 YEAR)
CAR/2      Land West of High           2.60 Ha            25      Planning                 25           25        03/04
           Street, Carlton (Split                                Permission
           Site)
CHF/1      Land South of Main         0.385 Ha            10      Planning                 15           15        00/01
           Street, Church Fenton                                 Permission
EGG/1      Land North of Weeland       3.30 Ha           100      Planning                 89           89        03/06
           Road, Eggborough                                      Permission
HAM/2      Land West of Station        2.35 Ha            71      Pending                    -           -          -
           Road, Hambleton
HEM/1      Land East of Back Lane,     0.76 Ha            23      Planning                 25           25        03/05
           Hemingbrough                                          Permission
HEM/2      Land between Mill Lane      0.71 Ha            21      Planning                 11           11        03/03
           and Landing Lane,                                     Permission
           Hemingbrough
MONK/1     Land East of the            0.88 Ha            26      Planning                 26           26        03/06
           Cemetery, Main Street,                                Permission
           Monk Fryston
SEL/2      Land between Abbot‟s       56.14 Ha   200 up to        Planning               1200           12          -
           Road and the proposed                 2006            Permission
           bypass, Selby                         Post 2006 –
                                                 100 / year
                                                 upto approx
                                                 total of
                                                 1200
SHB/1A     Land off Moor Lane,         5.50 Ha            167     Pending                    -           -          -
           Sherburn
STM/1A     Land between Low            3.20 Ha            96      Planning                108            4          -
           Street and Common                                     Permission
           Lane (North), South
           Milford
WHIT/1     Land at the South of Lea    0.50 Ha            15      Planning                 13           13        03/05
           Lane, Whitley                                         Permission


    6.38      The continued development and release of Phase 1 sites will be monitored in future
              AMRs in order to ensure effective management of housing sites in accordance with
              PPG3 and Policy H2A – Managing the Release of Housing Land. This will feed into
              the housing trajectory (Para 6.18 – 6.28).


              Core Indicator 2d – Affordable Housing Completions

    6.39      Providing Affordable Housing is one of the Council‟s key priorities. A Housing Needs
              Survey in 2005 (HNS05) revealed that there is a shortage of affordable properties in
              the District and there is a requirement for some 294 affordable housing units per year
              to meet the backlog of existing need and newly arising need over the next 2005 –
              2010 period.
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6.40   There were 125 affordable units completed in the annual monitoring year. This
       includes site negotiated through Policy H4 - Affordable Housing of the Selby District
       Local Plan and through non H4 Planning Permissions for example PFI Schemes.
       Graph 6 shows the split between RSL Rented (98units), RSL – Shared ownership
       dwellings (23units) and RSL Discounted for Sale (4 units).


                      Graph 6 - Number of Affordable Units completed in 05/06

                                                                                 RSL Rented
                    100
                                                                                 RSL Shared Ownership
                     80
                     60                                                          Units for sale on a discounted
  Number of Units
                     40                                                          basis
                     20                                                          Other Units (eg tenure
                                                                                 unknown)
                      0
                                                                                 Local Authority



6.41   A total of 65 units have been completed between 1 April 2003 and 31 March 2006 on
       sites negotiated through Policy H4. Table 14 below illustrates the types and sizes of
       these units.

       Local Indicator L06 – Types and sizes of Affordable Housing Units completed at
       31 March 2006

       Table 14 – Types and sizes of Affordable Housing Units at 31 March 2006
              Flats     Bungalow                   Houses                     Total
                                      Terrace      Semi       Detached
Studio          0          N/A            N/A         N/A          N/A          0
1 bed           1           0               0          0            0           1
2 bed          10           0              28          7            0          45
3 bed           0           0              13          6            0          19
4 bed           0           0               0          0            0           0
>4 bed          0           0               0          0            0           0
Total          11           0              41         13            0          65


       Local indicator – LO7 – Affordable Units Granted Planning Permission

6.42   A total of 80 affordable units were granted planning permission between 1 April 2005
       and 31 March 2006 on sites negotiated under Policy H4 . The Council‟s current target
       is to achieve 40% affordable housing on schemes =>15 dwellings or on sites of 0.5
       hectares or more regardless of the number of dwellings. The average achieved this
       monitoring period was 23% (compared to 21% in 04/05, 20% in 03/04 and 16%
       02/03)

6.43   In addition to the above sites with planning permission at 31 March 2006 there were 3
       sites (The Holmes in Selby, The Grange in Carlton and Foxhill Lane in Brayton),
       which have „Outline‟ planning permission, but where the actual numbers of affordable
       housing units is still to be determined at „Reserved Matters‟ stage. At 30dph and
       assuming 40% provision these could yield up to approximately 168 affordable units.

6.44   None of the affordable units approved were on exception sites.

6.45   As at 31 March 2006 there were 167 Affordable Housing units with „Full‟ or „Reserved
       Matter‟ planning permission that are either not started or started but not yet
       completed.

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       Local Indicator LO8 – Location of Affordable Housing Units provided (complete
       and outstanding)

6.46   Table 15 below illustrates the location of Affordable Housing Units provided (complete
       and outstanding)

        Table 15 – Location of Affordable Housing Units at 31 March 2006
                         Completed          Outstanding           Total                      Proportion
                                           (with planning
                                            permission)
Selby                        4                   120              124                        53%
South Milford                0                    30               30                        13%
Church Fenton               10                    13               23                        10%
Eggborough                  15                     0               15                         7%
Whitley                     11                     4               15                         7%
Barlby                       8                     0                8                         4%
Sherburn in Elmet            6                     0                6                         3%
Thorpe Willoughby            6                     0                6                         3%
Monk Fryston                 5                     0                5                         2%
Total                       65                   167              232




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       Transport


       Core Indicator 3a – Amount of completed non-residential development within
       Use Classes Order A, B and D complying with car-parking standards set out in
       the Local Development Framework.

6.47   The North Yorkshire County Council – Parking Standards for Development are
       adopted as the Council‟s parking standards through the statutory Local Plan. A
       threshold of greater than 1000sqm has been used for this indicator; in line with the
       Regional Indicator, as no system is currently in place for monitoring this indicator. It is
       hope that more refined systems can be established to enable a threshold less than
       1000sqm to be used in future years.

6.48   Only one site falls within the above Uses Classes and is above the threshold. This is
       the B8 Storage and distribution warehouse at Sherburn Enterprise Park. This site
       does not comply with the NYCC parking Standards.

6.49   The Regional Annual Monitoring Report return is based on the Regional Transport
       Strategy, it does not include a B8 Use Class therefore no sites fall within the
       threshold or use classes for the Regional Monitoring return.


       Core Indicator 3b – Amount of new residential development within 30 minutes
       public transport time of a GP, A hospital, a primary school, a secondary school,
       areas of employment and a major retail centre

6.50   There is no current mechanisms set up to provide data for this indicator. Solutions will
       be sought for future Annual Monitoring Reports.




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          Local Services Indicators


          Core Indicator 4a – Amount of completed retail, office and leisure development

6.51      A total of 6,341sqm gross floor space was completed for Retail (A1), Office (B1a &
          A2) and Leisure (D2) within the District in the monitoring period. Table 16 provides
          site details. This District Council currently does not monitor net floorspace. Means of
          gathering this information will be investigated for future Annual Monitoring Reports
          (AMRs). (The data is based on developments requiring planning permission; it does
          not include permitted change of uses).

6.52      The graph below provides a breakdown of gross floorspace completed by land use
          type. In addition to the floorspace created there is an additional two applications for
          D2 developments that involve land without permanent buildings (see table 17 below
          for site details).

                          Graph 7 Amount of Retail, Office and Leisure completed in 2005/06
                                                (Gross Floorspace)


                     5000                                               4342
                                                                                                      UCO A1 <1000m2
                     4000
                                                                                                      UCO A1 =>1000m2
                     3000                                                                             UCO B1a/A2 <2500m2
             Sqm
                     2000                                                                             UCO B1a/A2 =>2500m2
                                                                                                      UCO D2 <2500m2
                     1000                       0      1206      0                0                   UCO D2 =>2500m2
                                    793
                         0

          The table below provides sites details of developments completed for employment
          types.

          Table 16 - Developments completed for retail, office and leisure development
          between 1 April 2005 and 31 March 2006
                                                                                      Town         Gross Internal
       Location                                     Proposal                                                          UCO
                                                                                      Centre        Floorspace
Home Farm,             Proposed change of use and extensions to existing                No             300            B1a
Thorganby              disused farm buildings to provide office
                       accommodation at
The Hair Studio,       Change of use from residential (C3) to Beauty salon              No              43            A1
Barlby                 (A1) to first floor


17A New Street,        Application for Change of Use of building from                  Yes              52            A2
Selby                  residential use (C3) to office use (A2)
1 New Street,          Change of use application from A1 (Shop) to A2                  Yes              23            A2
Selby                  (Office) at
12 Normandy            Change of use of dwelling to office accommodation                No              94            B1a
Close, Selby           (B1)
5 Market Lane,         Erection of a single storey A1 retail unit                      Yes              39            A1
Selby
JJB Sports, Selby      Approval of reserved matters (8/19/46AE/PA) for                  No             4324          D2 +
                       erection of class D2 (assembly & leisure) unit                                               ancillary
                                                                                                                      A1
8 The Crescent,        Proposed change of use from A1 to A2 usage                      Yes             231            A2
Selby
8 The Crescent,        Proposed change of use from A1 retail to A2 office              Yes             145            A2

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                                                                                      Town         Gross Internal
       Location                                  Proposal                                                           UCO
                                                                                      Centre        Floorspace
Selby            accommodation to the 1st floor
48 Micklegate,   Change of Use from retail (A1) to                                     Yes             176          A2
Selby            financial/professional (A2) at ground floor and
                 offices at first floor for Surestart
25 Market Cross, Change of use from shop (A1) to bank (A2)                             Yes             175          A2
Selby
Unit 4, Selby    Change of use from non-food retail unit (sale of                       No             574          A1
Business Park,   carpets, beds and furnishings) to unit for the sale of
Brayton          pet foods and ancillary pet related items including
                 minor elevational modifications at
87 Selby Road, Change of use from dwelling and Take-away to                             No              62          A1
Eggborough       Doctor‟s Surgery and Pharmacy
Highmere,        Application for change of use of ground floor from                     No              57          A1
Fairburn         residential (C3) to retail/post office (A1)
2 Springholme,   Change of Use of one room within residential                           No              10          A2
Caudle Hill,     property (C3) to office accommodation (A2)
Fairburn
Fairway          Proposed erection of a building to house W.C and                       No               6          D2
Recreational     changing/storage room
Ground,
Sherburn in
Elmet
Ye Olde Sun Inn, Change of use of existing store room to shop unit                      No              18          A1
Main Street,     (A1)
Colton
The Cricket      Erection of an extension to the existing Scorers Box                   No              12          D2
Ground, Oxton    to provide storage for groundsmen
Lane, Bolton
Percy


          Table 17 - Developments completed for retail, office and leisure development
          with no associated buildings between 1 April 2005 and 31 March 2006
                                                                                      Town         Gross Internal
       Location                                  Proposal                                                           UCO
                                                                                      Centre        Floorspace
Fields behind          Proposed erection of a perimeter fence to enclose                No             327          D2
Brayton                rectangular tarmac area on fields behind Brayton
Community              Community Centre
Centre,
Brayton
Spring Lodge           Change of Use from disused quarry (flooded) to a                 No         14 hectares      D2
Lake, Blue             water sports leisure facility (scuba diving), erection
Lagoon,                of temporary ancillary building, car parking, nature
Womersley              education site and conservation area, Spring Lodge
                       Lake


          Core Indicator 4b – Percentage of completed retail, office and leisure
          development respectively in town centres

6.53      Within the defined shopping and commercial centres for the three market towns as
          set out in the Selby District Local Plan, 66.5% of all completed B1a and A2 has taken
          place in Selby Town Centre and 6.5% of all completed A1 has taken place in Selby
          Town Centre. No developments in these use classes took place in Sherburn in Elmet
          or Tadcaster town centres. (The data is based on developments requiring planning
          permission; it does not include permitted changes of use). In total only 13.5% of all
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       completed A1, B1a and A2 took place in the defined shopping and commercial
       centres of the three Market Towns.


       Local Indicator LO9 – Number of vacant units in Town Centres

6.54   Following a walk round survey of the three Market Town Centres on the 31 March
       2006 and from vacancy data at 31 March 2006 from York England a total of 60 units
       were vacant on this date. The graph below illustrates the number of units vacant in
       each centre.


                   Number of shops vacant in the three Market Town
                              Centres at 31 March 2006
                                    36
                40
                30                                       20
                                                                                        Selby
                20                                                                      Sherburn
                                               4
                10                                                                      Tadcaster

                  0
                                 Number of Shops



       Core Indicator 4c – Percentage of eligible open space managed to green flag
       award standard

6.55   There are no eligible open spaces managed to green flag award standard within the
       District. The Council is investigating the scope for eligible sites.


       Local Indicator 10 – New Open Space provision/contributions
       Local Indicator 11 – Production of an up to date ROS Strategy/Audit

6.56   Policy RT2 requires developers to provide recreation open space (ROS) for schemes
       comprising 5 dwellings or more. The policy allows for the provision of ROS in a
       variety of ways depending on the proposal for example on site, within the locality or
       through a commuted sum which is administered in accordance with the Council‟s
       Draft Developer Contribution Supplementary Planning Document (2006).

6.57   Limited data can be provided this year in respect of this indicator but it is hoped that a
       more detailed analysis can be provided in future years which will assist in assessing
       whether the Policy is working or if changes are required. A particular issue that needs
       to be monitored is whether a commuted sum is appropriate in some parishes where
       land is unlikely to be available for ROS purposes. More refined monitoring systems
       need to be developed for this Policy. The Council has recently published its
       Recreation Open Space (ROS) Strategy that will assist in the implementation of this
       Policy.

6.58   At the end of March 2005 there was a balance of £240,689 in the ROS Commuted
       Sum Account. Contributions to the value of £141,178 have been received from
       schemes in 2005/06. A total of £155,750.16 has been paid out to Parish Council for
       ROS schemes. Therefore the balance in the Commuted Sum Account at the 31
       March 2006 was £226,166.84.

6.59   Table 18 summarises the schemes that have been implemented through the release
       of ROS payments to Parish Councils in the 05/06.


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Table 18 - Details of payments of ROS commuted sums to Parish Councils
Parish                  Amount Paid Out   Facility

                                                       Part funding towards the enhancement of 3
Barlby and Osgodby         £19,734                     Play areas in the village

                                                       Muliti-Use Sports Wall at the Community
Brayton                    £34,154                     Centre Site

                                                       Improvement Schemes at The Bowling
Chruch Fenton              £30,049.91                  Club, Football Club, Cricket Club, Play Area
                                                       and towards the new Skate Park.

                                                       Initial payment towards a new football
Monk Fryston               £8,580                      ground and facilities in Hillam, which is to
                                                       be shared by the two villages.

                                                       Part payment towards the new Skate park
Selby                      £25,988.25                  at the Leisure Centre and towards an
                                                       improvement schemes at Crocket Dyke
                                                       Linear park and Scott Road.

Sherburn                   £37,244                     Redevelopment of the Fairways Recreation
                                                       Ground




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       Flood Protection and Water Quality


       Core Indicator 7 – Number of planning permissions granted contrary to the
       advice of the environment Agency on either flood defence grounds or water
       quality

6.60   Table 19 below illustrates the number of objections to planning applications by the
       Environment Agency (EA) on Flood Defence grounds and Water Quality grounds and
       how many were granted contrary to their advice.

       Table 19 - Number of planning permissions granted contrary to the advice of
       the Environment Agency on either flood defence grounds or water quality

                                                           Number         Comments

       Number of objections to planning                       19          19 objections were
       applications by Environment Agency                                 registered in this period
       on Flood Defence grounds                                           but 3 were decided after
                                                                          31/03/2006*

       Number of permissions granted                           1          The EA requested a
       contrary to Environment Agency                                     Flood Risk Assessment
       advice on Flood Defence grounds                                    (FRA) but no FRA was
                                                                          produced. Permission
                                                                          was granted without FRA

       Number of objections to planning                        3          3 objections were
       applications by Environment Agency                                 registered in this period
       on Water Quality grounds                                           but 1 was decided after
                                                                          31/03/2006*

       Number of permissions granted                           0          1 application withdrawn
       contrary to Environment Agency on                                  1 application refused on
       Water Quality grounds                                              sustainability grounds.
                                                                          1 application decided
                                                                          after 31/03/2006*

       * Applications decided after the base date of 31 March 2006 will be reported on in
       next years AMR.




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       Biodiversity


       Core Indicator 8
       i)     Change in priority habitats and species (by type);
       ii)    Change in areas designated for their intrinsic environmental value
              including sites of international, national, regional, sub regional or local
              significance.

6.61   The Local Authority has no data for core indicator 8(i). Investigations have been
       made with North Yorkshire County Council who provides an ecology service to the
       District to establish whether they can help with this indicator. So far a response has
       not been received. Investigation will continue in the hope that this data can be
       provided in future years.

       6.62    In respect of core indicator 8(ii) there have been no changes to areas
       designated for their intrinsic environmental value including sites of international,
       national, regional, sub regional or local significance in the monitoring period. The
       North Yorkshire SINC Panel have recommended some changes to the local sites
       included in the Selby District Local Plan. These changes are taken into account when
       dealing with planning applications. Future changes to Planning Policy and those sites
       protected by it will be addressed through the Local Development Framework process.




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          Renewable Energy


          Core Indicator 9 – Renewable energy capacity installed by type

6.63      Table 20 below illustrates the amount of megawatts installed in the financial year
          2005/06 for the different renewable energy types.

          Table 20 - Renewable Energy installed in 04/05
                      Installed Type                Megawatts installed (MW)

          Bio fuels                                                                                   46MW*

          Onshore wind                                                                                        0

          Water                                                                                               0

          Solar energy                                                                                        0

          Geothermal energy                                                                                   0


*There are no specific biomass plants within Selby District but two conventional coal fired power stations are co-firing
          biomass. These are the Drawpower station at Drax and the British Energy station at Eggborough. Drax
          burns the equivalent of 46MW. There are no figures for Eggborough as this depends on quantity and type
          of biomass burnt.




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Indicator Type       Indicator Number                                      Related SDLP Policies                          Related Regional   Data Source
                                                                                                                          Policy
Employment
Indicators
Core Output          1a – Amount of land developed for                     EMP1 – Employment Land                         E3                 Local Authority
                     employment by type                                    Requirement                                                       employment land
                                                                                                                                             monitoring
Local Output         LO1 – Location of employment development              EMP2 – Location of Economic                    E3                 Local Authority
                                                                           Development                                                       employment land
                                                                                                                                             monitoring
Core Output          1b – Amount of land developed for                     EMP1 – Employment Land                         E5                 Local Authority
                     employment by type, which is in development           Requirement                                                       employment land
                     and/or regeneration area defined in the LDF                                                                             monitoring

Core Output          1c Amount of 1a, by land type, which is on                                                           E4                 Local Authority
                     previously developed land                                                                                               employment land
                                                                                                                                             monitoring
Core Output          1d – Employment land supply by type                   EMP1 – Employment Land                                            Local Authority
                                                                           Requirement                                                       employment land
                                                                                                                                             monitoring
Core Output          1e – Losses of employment land in Local               EMP2 – Location of Economic                                       Local Authority
                     Authority area                                        Development                                                       employment land
                                                                           EMP4 – Retention of Established                                   monitoring
                                                                           Employment Areas
Local Output         LO2 – Losses of existing employment land in           EMP2 – Location of Economic                                       Local Authority
                     Local Authority Area                                  Development                                                       employment land
                                                                           EMP4 – Retention of Established                                   monitoring
                                                                           Employment Areas
Core Output          1f – Amount of employment land lost to                EMP2 – Location of Economic                                       Local Authority
                     residential development                               Development                                                       employment land
                                                                           EMP4 – Retention of Established                                   monitoring
                                                                           Employment Areas
Housing Indicators
Core Output          2a – Housing Trajectory                               H1 – Housing Land Requirement                  H1                 Local Authority
                                                                                                                                             Housing Land



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Indicator Type   Indicator Number                                      Related SDLP Policies                          Related Regional   Data Source
                                                                                                                      Policy
                     i)      Net additional dwellings over the         H2A – Managing the Release of                                     Monitoring
                             previous five years                       Housing Land
                     ii)     New additional dwellings for
                             2004/05 year
                     iii)    Projected net additional dwellings
                             for a ten year period
                     iv)     The annual net additional dwelling
                             requirement
                     v)      Annual average number of net
                             additional dwellings needed to
                             meet overall housing requirements
                             having regard to previous years
                             performance
Core Output      2b - Percentage of new and converted                  H2A – Managing the Release of                  H1                 Local Authority
                 dwellings on previously developed land                Housing Land                                                      Housing Land
                                                                                                                                         Monitoring
Local Output     LO3 – Total Number/Percentage of new                  H2 – Location of New Housing                   H2                 Local Authority
                 dwellings completed on both PDL and                   Development                                                       Housing Land
                 Greenfield sites in                                                                                                     Monitoring
                    i)       The Three Market Town
                    ii)      H6 Settlements
                    iii)     H7 Settlements/Hamlets


Core Output      2c - Percentage of new dwellings completed at         H2B – Housing Density                          H1                 Local Authority
                     i)      less than 30 dwellings per hectare                                                                          Housing Land
                     ii)     between 30 and 50 dwellings per                                                                             Monitoring
                             hectare and
                     iii)    above 50 dwellings per hectare
Local Output     LO4 – Total Number/Percentage of new                                                                 H2                 Local Authority
                 dwellings outstanding on both PDL and                                                                                   Housing Land
                 Greenfield sites in                                                                                                     Monitoring
                     i)     The Three Market Town



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Indicator Type   Indicator Number                                      Related SDLP Policies                          Related Regional   Data Source
                                                                                                                      Policy
                     ii)     In H6 Settlements
                     iv)     In H7 Settlements/Hamlets


Local Output     LO5 - Number of dwelling on Phase 1 Housing           H2 – Location of new Housing                                      Local Authority
                 Allocations                                           Development                                                       Housing Land
                     i)      With planning permission                  H2A – Managing the Release of                                     Monitoring
                     ii)     Completed                                 Housing Land
                     iii)    Outstanding

Core Output      2d – Affordable Housing Completions                   H4 – Affordable Housing                        H4                 Local Authority
                                                                       H11 – Rural Affordable Housing                                    Housing Land
                                                                                                                                         Monitoring
Local Output     LO6 – Types and sizes of Affordable Housing           H4 – Affordable Housing                        H4                 Local Authority
                 completed                                             H11 – Rural Affordable Housing                                    Housing Land
                                                                                                                                         Monitoring
Local Output     LO7 – Affordable Housing Approved                     H4 – Affordable Housing                        H4                 Local Authority
                                                                       H11 – Rural Affordable Housing                                    Housing Land
                                                                                                                                         Monitoring
Local Output     LO8 – Location of Affordable housing Units            H4 – Affordable Housing                        H4                 Local Authority
                 provided (complete and Outstanding)                   H11 – Rural Affordable Housing                                    Housing Land
                                                                                                                                         Monitoring
Transport
Core Output      3a - Percentage of completed non-residential          VP1 – Vehicle Parking Standards                                   Local Authority
                 development complying with car-parking                                                                                  Parking Monitoring
                 standards set out in SDLP
Core Output      3b - Percentage of new residential                    H2 – Location of New Housing
                 development within 30 minutes public transport        Development
                 time of a GP, hospital, primary and secondary
                 school, employment and a major health centre
Local Services
Core Output      4a - Amount of completed retail, office and           S1 – Existing Shopping Centres,                E4                 Local Authority
                 leisure development respectively                      S2 – Edge of Centre and Out of                                    Planning



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Indicator Type          Indicator Number                                      Related SDLP Policies                          Related Regional   Data Source
                                                                                                                             Policy
                                                                              Centre Retail development                                         Application
                                                                              S3 – Local Shops                                                  Monitoring
                                                                              S4 – Retail Development in the
                                                                              Countryside
                                                                              RT3 – Formal Sport and
                                                                              Recreation Facilities
                                                                              EMP6 – Employment
                                                                              Development within Development
                                                                              limits and Established
                                                                              Employment Areas
                                                                              EMP7 – Employment
                                                                              Development in the Countryside
                                                                              EMP8 – Conversions to
                                                                              Employment Use in the
                                                                              Countryside
Core Output             4b – Percentage of completed retail, office and       S1 – Existing Shopping Centres                                    Local Authority
                        leisure development respectively in town                                                                                Planning
                        centres                                                                                                                 Application
                                                                                                                                                Monitoring
Regional/Local Output   LO9 – Number of vacant units in Town Centres          S1 – Existing Shopping Centres                                    Local Authority
                                                                                                                                                Planning
                                                                                                                                                Application
                                                                                                                                                Monitoring
Core Output             4c – Percentage of eligible open space                                                                                  Local Authority
                        managed to green flag award standard                                                                                    Environmental
                                                                                                                                                Services Monitoring
Local Output            LO10 – New open space                                 RT2 – Open Space Requirement                                      Local Authority
                        provision/contributions                               for New Residential Development                                   ROS Monitoring
Regional/Local Output   LO11 – Production of an up to date ROS                RT1 – Protection of Existing
                        Strategy/Audit                                        Recreation Open Space and
                                                                              Allotments
                                                                              RT2 – Open Space Requirements
                                                                              for New Residential Development



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Indicator Type          Indicator Number                                       Related SDLP Policies                          Related Regional   Data Source
                                                                                                                              Policy

Flood Protections and
Water Quality
Core Output             7 – Number of planning permissions granted             ENV5 – Development in Flood                    R2
                        contrary to the advice of the Environment              Risk Areas
                        Agency on either flood defence ground or
                        water quality
Biodiversity
Core Output             8 Change in areas and population of                    ENV7 – International Wildlife Sites            N1
                        biodiversity importance including                      ENV8 – National Wildlife Sites
                            i) Change in priority habitats and species         ENV9 – Sites of Importance for
                            (by type)                                          Nature Conservation
                            ii) Change in areas designated for their
                            intrinsic environmental value including
                            sites of international, national, regional,
                            sub-regional or local significance
Renewable Energy
Core Output             9 – Renewable Energy capacity installed by             ENV6 – Renewable Energy                        R12 Energy         Local Authority
                        type                                                                                                  generation         Renewable Energy
                                                                                                                              transmission and   Monitoring
                                                                                                                              supply




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                                                                                                                                                                  Appendix 2


                                                                                                                           Decision                   Gross Internal
Application No                        Proposal                                             Location                                       Site Area                      UCO
                                                                                                                             Date                      Floorspace
8/10/3T/PA       Outline application for the erection of B1, B2 and B8   Brickworks, Riccall Road, Escrick                15/12/2005         2.1                       (B1/B2/B8)
                 Units including means of access on land at
                 Brickworks, Riccall Road.
8/12/17H/PA      Proposed change of use of existing agricultural         Home Farm, Main Street, Thorganby                24/05/2002       0.165           790            B1
                 buildings to business use (class B1) at
8/13/37J/PA      Proposed erection of an extension (steel frame          Blackwood Hall, Skipwith                         05/10/2003       0.0375          375            B8
                 industrial building) to
8/13/37M/PA      Proposed relocation of existing pre-fabricated office   Blackwood Hall, Cornelius Causeway,              19/09/2005       0.1021         1021         (B1/B2/B8)
                 block and erection of an adjoining industrial steel     North Duffield
                 framed building
8/15/261D/PA     Erection of a new warehouse at                     Riccall Grange, King Rudding Lane,                    06/08/2003        0.32           720            B8
                                                                    Riccall
8/15/34R/PA   Proposed erection of a shed & concrete batching       Riccall Airfield, Market Weighton Road,               17/01/2006       0.2625         1425            B2
              plant for manufacture of pre-cast concrete products Barlby
8/16/13AA/PA Proposed change of use of land (following              Land Rear Of 3-11 Magazine Road,                      02/02/2006       9.3081                         B2
              demolition of two dwellings) on land off              Barlby
8/16/24P/PA   Proposed erection of warehouse building (21,744m2 Potter Group Ltd, Barlby Road, Barlby                     25/06/2001       0.5946         5946            B8
              incorporating 838m2 of office floor space), balancing
              pond, screening bund and associated car parking
              and landscaping on land a
8/17/10F/PA   Approval of reserved matters for the erection of 14 Greenfield, Hull Road, Cliffe                           27/04/2005        0.89          2216         (B1/B2/B8)
              buildings for business, industrial, storage and
              distribution purposes (use classes B1, B2 and B8),
              following demolition of existing piggeries
8/17/120B/PA  Proposed change of use of existing agricultural       Whitemoor Farm, Cliffe Common, Cliffe                 02/08/2001        1.94           320          (B1/B8)
              buildings to business use (B1 & B8) at
8/19/1011C/PA Outline application for Employment at BRAY/2          Land at Staynor Hall, Abbots Road,                    06/06/2005         1.6                       (B1/B2/B8)
                                                                    Selby
8/19/1133B/PA Revision of previously approved application No.       Combined Services Club, Portholme                     03/03/2005       0.098          1044            B1a
              8/19/1133A/PA for Community House Project at          Road, Selby



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                                                                                                                          Decision                  Gross Internal
Application No                        Proposal                                           Location                                       Site Area                      UCO
                                                                                                                           Date                      Floorspace
                 former Combined Services Club
8/19/1202F/PA    Proposed erection of a single storey extension and Record Playground Equipment,                        30/04/2003       0.0046          46             B1c
                 alterations to existing building and rearrangement of Waterfront Complex, Shipyard Industrial
                 parking spaces (revised scheme) at                    Estate, Selby
8/19/1483/PA     Relocation of corrugated cardboard factory to         Land at East Common Lane, Selby                  28/04/2004        1.49          14952          B2 B8
                 include production buildings, storage and associated
                 facilities, parking and landscaping on land at
8/19/273AG/PA    Application under Section 73 to vary time limiting    Clariant UK Ltd, Bawtry Road, Selby              21/07/2005        7.56                          B2
8/20/352A/PA     condition on outline approval 8/19/273U/PA (for the
                 expansion of existing chemical works onto land to
                 the south), to extend the time within which reserved
                 matters can be submitted
8/19/413AC/PA    Amendment to previously approved application          Adelaide House, Vivars Way, Canal                21/12/2005       0.1425         397.5        (B1/B2/B8)
                 8/19/413AA/PA to erection 2 No. Industrial units      Road, Selby
                 rather than 4 No. as approved on land adjacent
8/19/413U/PA     Proposed conversion of a single storey workshop to Unit C3A, Vivars Industrial Estate, Vivars          28/06/2001       0.0134          268            B1a
                 a two storey office including internal works at       Way, Canal Road,
                                                                       Selby
8/20/163AM/PA    Outline application for employment development        Selby Business Park, Bawtry Road,                06/06/2005        2.29                       (B1/B2/B8)
                 comprising B1, B2 and B8 uses, including means of Selby
                 access
8/20/163AP/PA    Erection of a warehouse and associated works          Selby Business Park, Oakney Wood                 16/12/2005       0.1863          467            B8
                                                                       Road, Selby
8/21/103A/PA     Use of land for additional storage purposes on land Burn Airfield, Common Lane, Burn                   22/02/2002         0.8                          B8
                 at
8/21/39S/PA      Outline application for the erection of a science     Burn Airfield, Common Lane, Burn                 29/03/2006      195.208                         B1b
                 research and development facility
8/21/64F/PA      Proposed change of use of redundant barn to office Burn Grange Farm, Doncaster Road,                   22/03/2005       0.837           302            B1a
                 use (B1)                                              Burn
8/22/14G/PA      Proposed conversion of agricultural buildings to      Commonside Farm, Barlow Common                   25/06/2003        0.36                          B1
                 provide six self contained single and two storey      Road, Barlow



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                                                                                                                           Decision                  Gross Internal
Application No                        Proposal                                            Location                                       Site Area                      UCO
                                                                                                                            Date                      Floorspace
              office/light industrial buildings at
8/37/142L/PA  Proposed erection of two, 2 storey side extensions        ETS (UK) Limited, Selby Road                     27/01/2006      0.00697         69.7            B2
              to existing offices                                       Eggborough
8/37/179B/PA  Outline application (re-submission) for the erection      Land between Selby Road and                      17/01/2005         3.3                       (B1/B2/B8)
              of industrial development (use classes B1, B2 and         Eggborough Bypass, Eggborough
              B8) on 5.28 hectares of
8/37/179F/PA  Erection of unit C For B1/B8 use and associated           Land off Selby Road, Eggborough                  17/01/2005       0.146           381          (B1/B8)
              access and works on
8/37/179G/PA Erection of unit A for B1/B8 use and associated            Land Adjacent To Barker And                      10/01/2005       0.241           500          (B1/B8)
              access and works on                                       Stonehouse, Selby Road, Eggborough
8/37/179H/PA  Erection of unit B for B1/B8 use and associated           Land Adjacent To Barker And                      12/01/2005       0.195           512          (B1/B8)
              access and works on                                       Stonehouse, Selby Road, Eggborough
8/38/17AD/PA Erection of two steel framed industrial storage units      180 Weeland Road, Hensall                        18/01/2006       0.0914          914            B2
              on land at M.I.T Ltd
8/41/49E/PA   Change of use of agricultural buildings to                Manor Farm, Bank Wood Road,                      11/01/2006       0.3565         947.5         (B1/B8)
              workshop/storage use                                      Womersley
8/43/41B/PA   Erection of a single storey extension to front            Northern Straw, Heck Hall Farm, Heck             22/07/2003       0.0163          49             B2
              elevation, conversion of bay to two storey offices        Lane, Great Heck
              and installation of a S.T.P. to replace existing septic
              tank at
8/52/113G/PA Proposed change of use of existing piggeries and           Brears Farm Nurseries, Stocking Lane,            18/10/2005       0.0251          251            B1
              stables to business/craft units, construction of new      Beal
              stable block and creation of new parking area
8/55/152E/PA  Proposed change of use of existing                        Bowers House Farm, Pighill Nook Road, 16/09/2004                  0.0633          633            B1c
              agricultural/equestrian building as a kitchen             Hillam
              manufacturing workshop and extension to original
              building to form ancillary accommodation at
8/58/129AC/PA Outline application for the erection of                   Land Adjacent To Constar, Moxon Way, 05/01/2006                   2.092                       (B1/B2/B8)
              Industrial/Warehousing Units B1, B2 and B8                Sherburn In Elmet
8/58/129AD/PA Erection of Industrial/Warehousing Units B1, B2 and       Land Adjacent To Constar, Moxon Way, 22/12/2005                   1.315          4371         (B1/B2/B8)
              B8 on land off Moxon Way, Sherburn in Elmet               Sherburn In Elmet


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                                                                                                                          Decision                   Gross Internal
Application No                        Proposal                                            Location                                       Site Area                      UCO
                                                                                                                            Date                      Floorspace
8/58/146J/PA     Erection of 2 Storey Office Building (following          Land To The Rear Of 42 Low Street,             22/07/2004       0.0065          52             B1a
                 demolition of existing shed)                             Sherburn In Elmet
8/58/161G/PA     Proposed erection of a new workshop/storage              Aire Truck Bodies Ltd, Lennerton Lane,         11/06/2002        0.07           692          B2, B8
                 building at                                              Sherburn In Elmet
8/58/248G/PA     Proposed erection of a portal framed building at         ASW Sheet Metal, Lennerton Lane,               16/03/2004       0.0276          276            B1c
                                                                          Sherburn In Elmet
8/58/281J/PA     Proposed erection of an extension to first floor office Supercook Enterprise Way, Sherburn In           25/07/2002       0.0236          236            B2
                 and creation of new second floor office                  Elmet
                 accommodation at
8/58/281L/PA     Erection of first floor extension over reception area Enterprise House, Bishopdike Road,                19/04/2005       0.0036          36             B2
                 to create additional office accommodation at             Sherburn In Elmet
                 Supercook Ltd
8/58/281M/PA     Proposed erection of a detached office block and         Enterprise House, Bishopdike Road,             05/01/2006       0.466          905.2           B2
                 ancillary parking on land at Supercook, Enterprise Sherburn In Elmet
                 House, Bishopdike Road, Sherburn in Elmet.
8/58/378C/PA     Erection of an extension and relocation of extractor 3 First Avenue, Aviation Road, Sherburn            17/06/2005         0.1           170            B2
                 to the east elevation                                    In Elmet
8/58/424B/PA     Outline application for the erection of industrial units Land Off Aviation Road Sherburn In             14/02/2005       2.7153                      (B1/B2/B8)
                 comprising B1, B2 and B8 use (including means of Elmet
                 access)
8/58/424C/PA     Reserved Matters application for a 2 storey              Land Off Aviation Road Sherburn In             30/11/2005        0.27          1310         (B1/B2/B8)
                 business unit (previously approved 8/58/424B/PA) Elmet
                 at Plot 5
8/58/424D/PA     Reserved matters for the erection of one                 Land Off Aviation Road Sherburn In             19/12/2005       0.486          2044         (B1/B2/B8)
                 warehouse/industrial unit with integral office space Elmet
                 on plot 6, Lincoln Way, Aviation Road, Sherburn in
                 Elmet.
8/58/53Q/PA      Amendment to previously approved scheme                  Land Off Aviation Road, Sherburn In            19/12/2005        0.39          1858         (B1/B2/B8)
                 8/58/53P/PA to allow division of industrial unit for     Elmet
                 four units on Plot 4, Lincoln Way
8/58/599C/PA     Proposed erection of a distribution depot with           Yorkshire Food Park, Sherburn                  14/09/2001        4.89          25470           B8



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                                                                                                                             Decision                  Gross Internal
Application No                         Proposal                                             Location                                       Site Area                      UCO
                                                                                                                              Date                      Floorspace
                 ancillary buildings, service areas, truck and car        Enterprise Park, Moor Lane,Sherburn In
                 parking at                                               Elmet
8/58/599E/PA     Proposed storage, distribution warehouses together       Land At Sherburn Enterprise Park       24/09/2004                  20.2                       (B1/B2/B8)
                 with industrial starter units. With assoc offices, car   Bishopdyke Road, Sherburn In Elmet
                 parking, trailer parking, landscaping, vehicle
                 repair/was/fuel areas inc assoc ground works and
                 provision of ancillary service connections. In accord
8/58/599F/PA     Proposed erection of B1, B2 and B8 use industrial        Sherburn Enterprise Park Phase 4A,               28/10/2005         2.3                       (B1/B2/B8)
                 starter units, units and stand alone office buildings    Aviation Road, Sherburn In Elmet
                 on phase 4A of previously approved application
                 8/58/599E/PA and application for variation of
                 condition No. 13 of previously approved application
                 8/58/599E/PA dated 24/09/04
8/58/7BE/PA      Proposed creation of additional vehicular access         Former Eurospace Factory Enterprise              13/07/2004       10.46          35264           B2
                 road and conversion of existing factory in to two        Way, Sherburn In Elmet
                 units at
8/58/867/PA      Proposed erection of an extension                      Cromwell Polythene, Hurricane Close,               14/06/2005       0.614          6140            B2
                                                                        Sherburn In Elmet
8/58/86J/PA      Extension of existing production building to provide British Gypsum Ltd, Fenton Lane,                     16/02/2006         21           16250           B2
                 warehouse storage space, mill building and gypsum Sherburn In Elmet
                 storage building along with ancillary buildings,
                 vehicle parking areas and associated infrastructure
                 works (amendment to previously approved scheme
                 8/58/86H/PA)
8/67/77D/PA      Proposed change of use of former 'bothy' to use        The Bothy, Scarthingwell Park, Saxton              21/05/2002         0.4                          B1
                 class B1 at
8/70/73D/PA      Proposed change of use of agricultural buildings to Red Brick House Farm, Garnet Lane,                    31/07/2002         0.6           595         (B1/B2/B8)
                 use classes B1, B2 and B8 to allow the servicing       Stutton
                 and sale of tractors, forklifts and other agricultural
                 machinery at
8/70/8M/PA       Proposed alterations and extensions to former Little Former Little Chef & Filling Station,                16/04/2004        0.35                          B1a
                 Chef and filling station buildings to provide class B1 Bramham Crossroads, A64


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                         Land with Outstanding employment permission at 31 March 2006 – Source LPA Monitoring Records

                                                                                                                                                                 Appendix 2

                                                                                                                           Decision                  Gross Internal
Application No                        Proposal                                            Location                                       Site Area                    UCO
                                                                                                                            Date                      Floorspace
                 office accommodation at                                (Eastbound),Stutton
8/73/362D/PA     Proposed change of use, extensions and alterations     Willow Farm, Doncaster Road,                     14/07/2005       0.9911          890         B1
                 to existing agricultural buildings into business use   Tadcaster
                 (B1)
8/73/585/PA      Application for the comprehensive regeneration of      Site 2. 43 Kirkgate, Tadcaster                   10/10/2003       0.0278          278         B1a
                 Tadcaster Town Centre comprising demolition, re-
                 siting of market, relaying of Central Area Car Park,
                 traffic circulation, landscaping and various
                 development including: Site 2. 43 Kirkgate.
                 Refurbishment of office building
8/73/585/PA      Application for the comprehensive regeneration of      Site 5. 4/6/8 High Street, Tadcaster             10/10/2003       0.0247          247         B1a
                 Tadcaster Town Centre comprising demolition, re-
                 siting of market, relaying of Central Area Car Park,
                 traffic circulation, landscaping and various
                 development including: Site 5. 4/6/8 High Street,
                 Proposed erection of 2 No Retail Units with Office
                 accommodation above
8/73/647/PA      Proposed erection of 1 No. Office building with        13 - 15 Station Road, Tadcaster                  25/08/2005         0.3          1268         B1a
                 associated parking




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                                  Glossary Of Terms

                                                                                      Appendix 3


AMR    Annual Monitoring Report               A report on the progress of preparing the Local
                                              Development Framework and the extent to which
                                              objectives and policies are being achieved.

UCO    Use Classes Order                      An order that groups land uses into various
                                              classes for planning purposes

DPD    Development Plan Document              A Local Development Document, which forms part
                                              of the statutory development plan, including the
                                              Core Strategy, Proposals Map and Area Action
                                              Plans.

EA     Environment Agency                     A Public Organisation for improving and protecting
                                              the environment

FRA    Flood Risk Assessment                  An assessment considering the risk of flooding

GOYH   Government Office for                  The regional office for the secretary of State
       Yorkshire and the Humber

KCI    Key Contextual Indicators              Key indicators that provided make up a profile of
                                              the District

LA     Local Authorities                      Local tier of government

LDD    Local Development Document             The various individual documents (DPD, SCI and
                                              SPD) in the LDF.

LDF    Local Development Framework            The portfolio of Local Development Documents
                                              and the LDS and AMR.

LDS    Local Development Scheme               A three-year project plan setting out the Council‟s
                                              programme for the preparation of Local
                                              Development Documents.

LPA    Local Planning Authority               The Planning Authority for the area with the local
                                              tier of government

ONS    Office for National Statistics         Government department that collates statistics

PPG    Planning Policy Guidance               Guidance notes produced by the Government on
                                              national planning matters (being replace by PPS).

PPS    Planning Policy Statement              Statements of National Planning Policy issued by
                                              the Government (to replace PPGs).

ROS    Recreation Open Space                  Recreation Open Space

RSS    Regional Spatial Strategy              The broad development strategy for the region
                                              prepared by the Regional Assembly and forming
                                              part of the statutory development plan.

SA     Sustainability Appraisal               Identifies and evaluates the effects of the strategy
                                              or plan on social, environmental and economic
                                              conditions.




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SCI    Statement of Community                 Document setting out how and when stakeholders
       Involvement                            and other interested parties will be consulted and
                                              involved in the preparation of the LDF.

SDC    Selby District Council                 The Local Authority

SDLP   Selby District Local Plan              The adopted Local Plan for Selby District

SEA    Strategic Environmental                An assessment of the environmental effects of a
       Assessment                             plan or programme required by EU Directive
                                              2001/42/EC.

SPD    Supplementary Planning                 A Local Development Document, which
       Document                               elaborates on policies or proposals in DPDs and
                                              gives additional guidance. Includes development
                                              briefs and village design statements (to replace
                                              SPG).

SPG    Supplementary Planning                 Provides guidance or development briefs to
       Guidance                               supplement policies and proposals in a Local
                                              Plan. Supplementary Planning Guidance cannot
                                              be “saved” but can still be relevant if related to a
                                              policy or proposal in a “saved” plan. (SPG is
                                              being replaced by SPD).

UCO    Use Classes Order                      An order that groups land uses into various
                                              classes for planning purposes




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