Draft Core Strategy January 2011

Draft Core Strategy January 2011 - interactive online version

13 Appendix 3

Appendix 3 - Delivery and Monitoring of Core Strategy
The satisfactory implementation of policy and progress against local targets will be assessed through the LDF Annual Monitoring Report and reports to the County and District Strategic Partnerships together with Oxfordshire County Council monitoring reports on the Local Transport Plan.

The Settlement Strategy

Delivery Core Policies

Delivery Partners

Indicators

CS1 & CS2 (overall spatial strategy)

CS4 - CS8 (housing targets and main service centre strategy)

CS13 & CS14 (use of existing buildings)

Oxfordshire County Council

Developers and local landowners through the development management process

Registered Housing Providers & Homes and Communities Agency (HCA)

Thames Water

Net additional dwellings built:

  • each year
  • spatial distribution by settlement hierarchy and sub-area, including urban/rural split
  • source including developed land, allocations and previously unidentified sites
  • density of new residential development

Future housing supply including 5 year land supply calculation:

  • total supply and annual addition to supply through planning permission
  • spatial distribution by settlement hierarchy and sub-area
  • source including developed land, allocations and previously unidentified sites
  • derelict/vacant land and premises available for development or reuse
  • trend rate of lapsed permissions

Additional employment floorspace built and total number of jobs:

  • each year
  • by Use Class
  • spatial distribution by settlement hierarchy and sub-area
  • source including developed land, allocations and previously unidentified sites

Future supply of employment floorspace:

  • total supply and annual addition to supply through planning permission
  • by Use Class
  • spatial distribution by settlement hierarchy and sub-area
  • source including developed land, allocations and previously unidentified sites

Meeting the specific housing needs of our communities

CS4 (housing targets)

CS9 - CS12 (type of new homes, affordable housing and Travelling Communities)

Developers and local landowners

Registered Housing Providers & HCA

Oxfordshire County Council

Number and type of new affordable homes delivered and with outstanding permission:

  • annual completions
  • type and tenure mix
  • spatial provision - by settlement hierarchy and sub-area
  • size and type of site eg allocated/previously unidentified, RSL site, rural exception site
  • number of homes provided without social grant
  • house price trends and lower quartile price to lower quartile income ratio
  • households on the housing register and number of relets each year

Type of new market homes delivered and remaining to be built:

  • conversion, sub-division or new build
  • type eg flat, house
  • number of extra care and other homes specifically for older people
  • development size eg single dwelling, sites less than 10 units etc
  • size by number of bedrooms

Net additional Gypsy and Traveller pitches provided.

Sustainable communities with access to services and facilities

CS15 - CS18 (employment, tourism and town centres)

CS23 (green infrastructure)

CS26 - CS27 (transport and infrastructure)

Oxfordshire County Council

Oxfordshire Rural Community Council

Parish Councils

Developers and local landowners

Network Rail and First Great Western

Consumer response to new development

Delivery of required infrastructure improvements

Changes in urban and rural services

Amount of development accessible to key services by means other than the car

New retail, leisure and community development by type and location

Loss of existing employment land

Unemployment rate and changes in economic activity rate

Value of tourist activity to local economy

Protecting our environment and reducing the impact from climate change

CS19 - CS26 (renewable/low carbon schemes, sustainable construction, green infrastructure, natural environment, resources and biodiversity)

Thames Valley Energy

Environment Agency

Oxfordshire County Council

Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre

Local Wildlife Trust

English Heritage

Flood protection:

  • new schemes
  • properties at risk of flooding
  • development using SUDs

Changes in area and quality of designated biodiversity sites

Renewable energy schemes permitted

Use of Code for Sustainable Homes & BREEAM standards

Listed Buildings at risk

Pollution levels in AQMAs