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Annexe 3 – MM117 Appendix 3 – Monitoring Framework

Plan Policy

Policy Name

Indicator

Delivery Mechanism

Target

Trigger for action

Action

Chapter 4: Managing Growth

MG01

Managing Growth

7,752 new homes over the Plan period as a running total

 

Planning permissions

Achieve 7,752 new residential dwellings (net) over the Plan period 2016-2033.

Target to also include the number of housing expected to be developed on an annual basis from the Housing Trajectory.

80% or less of the running total of the Housing Trajectory is achieved over a three-year period.

Review the housing trajectory and assess reasons why developments are not coming forward as expected.

If the five-year housing supply is not being achieved, then consider whether the policy requirements need to be reviewed as part of a full or focused review and, if necessary, consider undertaking a call for sites to include additional sites to help improve delivery of new homes.

13 new gypsy and traveller pitches to be delivered over the plan period

13 new pitches to be delivered at the following sites (as identified in HP08):

Oaktree Farm (7 pitches)

Hunters Green (1 pitch)

DHGV (5 pitches)

Failure to meet 13 new pitches over the Local Plan period.

Refresh the HELAA and/or SHLAA to identify new gypsy and traveller pitches to meet the borough’s needs.

 

Consider whether the policy requirements need to be reviewed as part of a full or focused review.

46.64 ha of employment land over the Plan period

A minimum of 33.76 ha (or 2.81 ha per year) (net) of employment land provision over the remaining Plan period 2021-2033

(Based on the identified needs range of 33.76 - 45.96 ha)

80% or less over a five year period of the minimum employment land need ( 2.81 ha per year)

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

 

Consider whether the policy requirements need to be reviewed as part of a full or focused review.

1,604 sqm (net) of comparison retail floorspace

 

4,438 sqm (net) of convenience floorspace

1,604 sqm (or approximately 94sqm per year) (net) of comparison retail floorspace over the Plan period

 

4,438 sqm (or approximately 261 sqm per year) (net) of convenience floorspace over the Plan period

80% or less over a three year period of the average annual net comparison retail floorspace

 

80% of less over a three year period of the average annual net convenience floorspace

Assess the reasons why net comparison retail floorspace and/or net convenience floorspace is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh of the Retail Needs Assessment.

 

Consider whether the policy requirements need to be reviewed as part of a full or focused review.

MG05

Developers Contribution

Strategic Transport Infrastructure requirements as identified in the individual site allocation policies and the most up to date IDP Part B.

Planning permission

Appropriate level of funding collected based on the requirements set out in the most up to date IDP Part B for providing the required strategic transport infrastructure.

Failure to deliver a project that then results in a delay to the delivery of development sites allocated in the plan

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

Chapter 5: Resilient Built Environment

BE08

Strategic Transport Infrastructure

Strategic Transport Infrastructure requirements as identified in the individual site allocation policies and the most up to date IDP Part B.

Planning permission

Appropriate level of funding collected based on the requirements set out in the most up to date IDP Part B for providing the required strategic transport infrastructure.

Failure to deliver a project that then results in a delay to the delivery of development sites allocated in the plan

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

BE09

Sustainable Means of Travel and Walkable Streets

Develops provide an appropriate level of sustainable transport infrastructure as required by the policy

Planning permission

Developments provide access to appropriate sustainable travel infrastructure including:

  • Walking;
  • Cycling; and
  • Access to public transport

No net loss of existing pedestrian and cycle paths

 

Where appropriate access to car pools, car sharing, community buses and cycle schemes

Developments do not provide appropriate walking and cycle paths and access to public transport.

A loss to the existing pedestrian and cycle paths as a result of development.

Assess why pedestrian and/or cycle paths are not included within developments or why there is a net loss of pedestrian / cycle paths. Consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

BE11

Electric and Low-Emission Vehicles

Provide sufficient occupier and visitor access to electric vehicle changing points

Planning Permission

All development include electric charging points wherever possible

80% of all new developments do not provide access to electric vehicle charging points in line with the most up to date Government guidance and/or Council strategy, whichever is greater.

Assess why electric vehicle charging points are not being included in developments. Consider whether the policy should be reviewed to set minimum standards for electric vehicle charging points to ensure uptake.

BE13

Parking Standards

Provide the required amount of parking as determined by the most up to date Essex Parking Standards

Planning Permission

All developments adhere to the Essex Parking Standards as required by the most up to date parking standards Design and Good Practice document.

Not all developments provide the minimum level of parking spaces as required by the most up to date Essex Parking Standards guidance

Assess why not all developments meet the most up to date Essex Parking Standards Design and Good Practice requirements. Consider if a further review of the policy is required.

No net loss of parking spaces for the Brentwood Town Centre development sites:

R11: 97

R12: 48

R13: 122

R14: 371

 

Total current parking spaces totaling: 638

Planning Permission

No net loss of Town Centre car parking places.

R10, R11, R12, R13, and R14 total parking places are less than 80% of the original available parking spaces.

Assess why there was a net loss of parking within Brentwood Town Centre. Consider if a further review of the policy is required.

BE16

Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment

National Heritage Risk Register

Planning permission

Sites R01, R02, R06, R22, E12, and E13 to provide a Heritage Statements as required by the site specific policy requirements.

 

Reduction in the number of heritage assets on the Historic England’s ‘At Risk’ register. Reduction in the number of heritage assets considered to be ‘at risk’ on the local list of heritage assets once established.

Heritage Statements are not provided for all development sites required to do so as stated within the individual site policies.

 

Identification of a heritage asset newly listed on the ‘at risk’ register. Periodic increase in the number of heritage assets on the ‘at risk’ register in the borough. Identification of a locally listed heritage asset that could be at risk through periodic review.

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether the policy is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

Chapter 6: Housing Provision

HP01

Housing Mix

Proposals of 10 or more to meet M4(2) or M4(3) Building Regulations

 

Developments of 60 or more to meet 5% M4(3) Building Regulation

 

 

Planning permission

All developments of 10 or more dwellings meet the minimum requirement of M4(2) Building Regulation standards

 

 

5% of M4(3) Building Regulation standards for 80% of developments of 60 or more are not met.

 

Assess reasons why M4(3) Building Regulations are not being met. If this requirement is not being met due to viability reassess viability. Consider whether the policy requirements need to be reviewed as part of a full or focused review.

 

 

Developments of 100 or more to provide 5% Self and Custom Build

All developments of 100 or more provide 5% Self and Custom Build homes.

5% Self and Custom Build dwelling are not met for 80% of development of 100 or more are not met

Assess reasons why 5% Self and Custom Build requirement is not being met. Consider whether the policy requirements need to be reviewed as part of a full or focused review.

HP04

Specialist Accommodation

Appropriate level of Specialist Accommodation is provided as indicated in the Council’s ‘Specialist Accommodation Report’

Planning Permission

Appropriate level and type of Specialist Accommodation is provided as indicated in the Council’s most up to date Specialist Accommodation Report and other relevant evidence base.

80% of the required Specialist Accommodation is provided over the plan period.

Assess why the Specialist Accommodation requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment and review the policy requirements.

HP05

Affordable Housing

All developments of 10 or more to provide 35% affordable housing

Planning Permission

All developments of 10 or more to provide 35% affordable housing as required by the policy

80% of all developments of 10 or more dwellings to provide 35% affordable housing

Assess why the affordable housing requirements are not being met. If concerns around viability, update the Viability Assessment and review the policy requirements.

Tenure split to be 86% Affordable / Social Rent and 14% of other forms of affordable housing.

Appropriate tenure split as required by the policy.

80% of all developments 10 or more to provide 86% affordable / social rent and 14% of other forms of affordable housing

Assess why the tenure split is not being achieved. If concerns around viability, update the viability assessment. If the needs of the borough have changed, then consider updating the housing evidence and updating the policy to reflect the new housing tenure split.

HP08

Safeguarding Permitted Sites

Gypsy and Traveller pitches listed in criteria B of the policy are granted permanent planning permission

Planning Permission

All Gypsy and Traveller sites and associated pitches are granted planning permission over the plan period.

80% or less of the Gypsy and Traveller sites identified in the policy are granted planning permission

Consider undertaking a Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment to determine if the needs within the borough have changed. Consider reviewing the policy.

HP10

Proposals for Gypsies, Travellers, ad Travelling Showpeople on Windfall Sites

New Gypsy and Traveller sites come forward during the plan period on windfall site.

Planning Permission

All gypsy and traveller windfall sites come forward in line with the policy requirements. Those that are granted permission on greenbelt sites have clearly demonstrated very special circumstances.

Gypsy and Traveller sites are granted permission on appeal.

Assess the justifications for gypsy and traveller sites being granted on appeal. Consider updating the Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment and reviewing policies HP08: Provision for Gypsy and Traveller through to HP11: Proposals for Gypsies, Travellers, ad Travelling Showpeople on Windfall Sites. Amend these policies where needed.

Chapter 7: Prosperous Communities

PC03

Retail and Commercial Growth

Retail floorspace requirements met in line with policy MG01.

 

Retail floorspace to be provided as part of the following mix-use developments

 

Dunton Hills Gadren Village (R01

Land at West Horndon Industrial Estate (R02)

William Hunter Way Car Park (R14)

Wates Way Industrial Estate (R15)

Planning Permission

Appropriate level of retail floorspace provided as indicated within policy MG01 and site policies R01, R02, R14, and R15

80% or less of the policy required retail floorspace is achieved in accordance with the site specific policies.

Assess the reasons why retail floorspace is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh of the Retail Needs Assessment.

 

Consider whether the policy requirements need to be reviewed as part of a full or focused review.

PC10

Protecting and Enhancing Community Facilities Assets

Maintaining the existing level of Community Facilities.

Planning Permission

No net loss of existing community facilities, include those registered as Assets of Community Value (ACV).

The loss of a community facility to an alternative use.

Assess why the community facility was loss (i.e. there was no longer a need for the facility). Consider updating the Council’s Built Facilities Strategy. Consider reviewing the policy.

Chapter 8: Natural Environment

NE01

Protecting and Enhancing the Natural Environment Heritage

Biodiversity net gains

 

Planning permission

Achieve biodiversity net gains

New developments are unable to achieve biodiversity net gains.

Assess why biodiversity net gains are not able to be achieved on site(s). Consider a review of how the policy has been applied, and whether the policy should be reviewed.

Sites within the RAMS Zone of Influence make appropriate contribution toward mitigation.

Sites within the RAMS Zone of Influence make appropriate contribution towards mitigation as required by the policy and the most up to date evidence.

New developments not making appropriate contributions towards mitigations as required by the RAMS Strategy

Assess reasons why RAMS contributions were not made as required by the RAMS Strategy and the policy. Consider if changes to the policy wording are required.

No impacts on SSSI’s or Sites of Local Importance

No impacts from developments, either individually or in combination, on SSSI’s or Sites of Local Importance

Unacceptable environmental impacts on SSSI’s and/or Sites of Local Importance as a result of an individual development or a combination of developments.

Assess reasons why unacceptable environmental impacts on SSSI’s and/or Sites of Local Importance have occurred. Consider reviewing the policy wording.

NE02

Green and Blue Infrastructure

Maximise opportunities for improving Green and Blue Infrastructure (GBI)

Planning Permission

Existing Green and Blue Infrastructure are protected and enhanced where possible

Adverse impact to green and blue infrastructure as a result of development.

Lack of appropriate specification and maintenance plans for the proposed green and blue Infrastructure through the life of the development.

 

Assess the reasons why appropriate protect and/or enhancement to Green and Blue Infrastructure was not achieved. Consider reviewing the policy wording.

Development adjacent to water course or water body, do not have any adverse on the function or quality of the Blue Infrastructure.

No adverse impacts on water quality as a result of those developments located near water courses and/or water bodies.

Adverse impact on water courses and/or water bodies as a result of development.

Assess reasons why adverse impacts to water courses and water bodies. Consider reviewing the policy wording.

NE08

Air Quality

Developments do not create an unacceptable risk to Air Quality.

All development types listed within the policy, criteria C are required to submit an Air Quality Assessment as part of the planning application process.

Planning Permission

All developments required by the policy submit an Air Quality Assessment which clearly demonstrates no risk to air quality.

Planning permission is granted to developments where:

  • An Air Quality Assessment has not submitted; and/or
  • An unacceptable impact on air quality is identify

 

Assess reason why planning permission was granted to a development which did not meet the requirements of the policy. Consider whether a review of the policy wording is required.

Chapter 9: Site Allocations

*Not all aspects of the site allocations will be monitored. Focus is solely on housing, employment, infrastructure and environment and heritage as it related to the policies listed above.

R01

Dunton Hills Garden Village

Housing:

  • Delivery of 1,650 new homes, providing 35% affordable housing
  • 5% self and Custom build homes
  • Delivery of three care homes of around 80 bed spaces each
  • Minimum of 5 new Gypsy and Traveller pitches

Planning Permission

  • 1,950 new dwellings
  • 577 affordable housing
  • Approximately 82 self and custom build homes
  • Three, 80-bed care homes
  • Five gypsy and traveller pitches
  • Deliver the full identified housing of 1,650 new dwelling over the plan period
  • Deliver the full 35% affordable housing requirement (approximately 577)
  • Deliver 5% Self and Custom Build homes (approximately 82 dwellings)
  • Three, 80 bed care homes
  • 5 Gypsy and Traveller pitches to be provided within the first five years of development coming forward

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Employment:

5.5 ha of employment land of E use class

A minimum of 5.5 ha employment land provision over the remaining Plan period 2021-2033

 

Less than 90% of employment land is provided as identified within the policy.

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

Infrastructure:

Delivery of at least one secondary school with sufficient capacity to co-locate early years and childcare nursery facilities

At least one secondary school and co-located early years and childcare nursery facilities

Secondary school and early years and childcare nursery not provided

Assess why the Secondary school, early years, and/or childcare facilities have not been provided.

 

Consider whether a review of the viability assessment is needed.

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

Environment and Heritage:

  • Minimum of 50% of the site is green and blue infrastructure
  • National Heritage Risk Register
  • 50% of the site is green and blue infrastructure
  • Heritage Statement included with application
  • A minimum of 50% of the site is not green and blue infrastructure as required by the policy
  • Heritage Statement not included in application
  • Assess why 50% of the site was not green and blue infrastructure as required by the policy.
  • Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16 Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R02

Land at West Horndon Industrial Estate

Housing:

  • Deliver 580 new dwelling
  • 35% affordable housing
  • 5% Self and Custom Build homes
  • 60-bed residential care home or appropriate specialist accommodation

Planning Permission

  • Provide the full 580 new dwelling
  • Provide 35% affordable housing (approximately 203 dwellings)
  • Provide 5% Self and Custom Build homes (approximately 29 new dwellings)
  • One 60-bed care home or other appropriate specialist accommodation to meet the needs of the borough
  • Less than 90% of the full identified housing requirement is met
  • Less than 90% of the affordable housing requirement is met
  • Less than 90% of the Self and Custom Build requirement is met
  • 60-bed care home or other appropriate specialist accommodation is not met.

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Employment:

Around 2 ha of employment land with an appropriate mix of retail, commercial, and leisure floorspace

A minimum of 2 ha employment land provision over the remaining Plan period 2021-2033

 

Less than 90% of employment needs are provided

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

   

Environment and Heritage:

Preparation of a Heritage Statement

 

Heritage Statement including in application

No Heritage Statement included in application

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the "at risk" heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16 Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R03

Land North of Shenfield

Housing:

  • Provide 825 new homes
  • 35% affordable housing
  • 5% self and custom builds
  • 60 bed residential care home

Planning Permission

  • 825 new dwelling
  • 288 affordable dwellings
  • 41 self and custom build dwellings
  • 60 bed residential care home
  • Less than 825 new dwelling are provided
  • 90% of less of the affordable housing is provided
  • Less than 90% self and custom build homes are provided
  • Care home or appropriate mix of specialist accommodation to be meets not provided.

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Employment:

2ha of employment land

2ha of employment land

Less than 90% of the required employment land is provided

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

 

Infrastructure:

  • Provide vehicle access off Chelmsford Road and Alexander Lane
  • Provide multi-function green infrastructure, including maintaining the provision of the existing playing field on site.
  • 2.1 ha of land for primary school and early years and childcare nursey.
  • Vehicle access off Chelmsford Road and Alexander Lane
  • Existing Green and Blue Infrastructure are protected and enhanced where possible. No loss of the existing playing field currently on site
  • Provide primary school, early years and childcare nursey
  • A minimum of two vehicle access points into the site are provided agreed with ECC
  • Adverse impact to green and blue infrastructure as a result of development. Lack of appropriate specification and maintenance plans for the proposed green and blue Infrastructure through the life of the development.
  • Required educational facilities not provided.

 

  • Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

  • Assess the reasons why appropriate protect and/or enhancement to Green and Blue Infrastructure was not achieved. Consider reviewing the policy wording for policy BE16 Green and Blue Infrastructure.

 

  • Assess the reasons why the policy required educational facilities were not provided.

R04

Ford Headquarters and Council Depot

Housing:

  • Provide 133 new homes
  • 35% affordable housing
  • 5% Self and Custom Build
  • 60-bed residential care home or appropriate mix of specialist accommodation

Planning Permission

  • 133 new dwelling
  • 46 affordable dwellings
  • 6 self and custom build dwellings
  • 60-bed residential care home or other appropriate specialist accommodation
  • Less than 133 new dwelling are provided
  • 90% of less of the affordable housing is provided
  • Less than 90% self and custom build homes are provided
  • Care home or other appropriate specialist accommodation is not provided.

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Employment:

2ha of employment land

2ha of employment land

Less than 90% of the employment land is provided

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

 

Infrastructure:

  • Provide Vehicle access off Eagle Way and The Drive
  • Provide multi-functional green infrastructure
  • Provide appropriate financial contribution towards infrastructure improvements as set out in the Council’s IDP
  • Vehicle access off Eagle Way and The Drive
  • multi-functional green infrastructure
  • Appropriate financial contribution towards other infrastructure improvements
  • A minimum of two vehicle access points into the site are provided agreed with ECC
  • Adverse impact to green and blue infrastructure as a result of development. Lack of appropriate specification and maintenance plans for the proposed green and blue Infrastructure through the life of the development.

 

  • Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

  • Assess the reasons why appropriate protect and/or enhancement to Green and Blue Infrastructure was not achieved. Consider reviewing the policy wording for policy NE02: Green and Blue Infrastructure

Heritage:

Grade II listed Blenheim House and the Chapel of Royal Anglian and Essex Regiments

No negative impact on the Grade II listed Blenheim House and the Chapel of Royal Anglian and Essex Regiments

Negative impacts occur on the listed building within the area as a direct result of development.

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16 Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R06

Land off Nags Head Lane

Housing:

  • 125 new dwelling
  • 35% affordable housing
  • 5% Self and Custom Build

Planning Permission

  • 125 new dwellings
  • 43 affordable dwellings
  • 6 Self and Custom Build dwellings
  • Less than 125 new dwelling are provided
  • 90% of less of the affordable housing is provided
  • Less than 90% self and custom build homes are provided

 

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Infrastructure:

Provision for public open space

Provide multi-functional green infrastructure

 

Adverse impact to green and blue infrastructure as a result of development. Lack of appropriate specification and maintenance plans for the proposed green and blue Infrastructure through the life of the development.

 

Assess the reasons why appropriate protect and/or enhancement to Green and Blue Infrastructure was not achieved. Consider reviewing the policy wording for policy NE02 Green and Blue Infrastructure

Environment and Heritage:

 

National Risk Register

Heritage Statement submitted with application

No Heritage Statement is submitted with the application

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16 Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R07

Sow and Grow Nursery

Housing:

  • 38 new homes
  • 35% affordable housing

Planning Permission

  • 38 new dwellings
  • 13 affordable dwellings
  • Less than 38 new dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable housing

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Infrastructure:

Appropriate developers contribution as set out in the Council’s IDP towards highway infrastructure

Appropriate developers contribution as set out in the Council’s IDP towards highway infrastructure

Insufficient developers contribution made as required by policy

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Risk Register

No adverse impacts of Grade II listed Park and Garden of South Weald Park

Adverse impacts on the Grade II listed Park and Garden of South Weald as a result of the development.

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16: Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R08

Land at Mascalls Lane

Housing:

9 new dwellings

Planning Permission

9 new dwellings

Less than 9 new dwelling

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

 

Infrastructure:

Appropriate financial contribution as determined by the Council’s IDP

Appropriate financial contribution

No financial contribution

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

R09

Land of Warley Hill

Housing:

  • 43 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable housing

Planning Permission

  • 43 new dwellings
  • 15 affordable dwelling
  • Less than 43 new dwellings
  • Less than 90% affordable housing

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Environment and Heritage:

National Risk Register

No negative impacts of the Grade II listed Warley Hospital, Tower at Warley Hospital and Lodge to Warley Hospital

Adverse impacts on the Grade II listed buildings as a result of the development.

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16: Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R10

Brentwood Railway Station

Housing:

  • 200 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable housing
  • 5% Self and Custom Build dwellings

Planning Permission

  • 200 new dwellings
  • 70 affordable dwelling
  • 10 self and custom build dwellings
  • Less than 200 new dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable housing
  • 90% or less self and custom builds

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Infrastructure:

  • Adequate parking for future rail traveler needs
  • Developers contribution as required by the Council’s IDP
  • Adequate parking for future rail traveller needs
  • Appropriate developers contribution
  • Insufficient parking provided
  • Insufficient developers contribution made as required by policy

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

R11

Westbury Road Car Park

Housing:

  • 45 new dwelling
  • 35% affordable housing

Planning Permission

  • 45 new dwellings
  • 15 affordable dwellings
  • Less than 45 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable housing

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs.

Infrastructure:

  • Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP
  • No net loss of Town Centre parking – 638 parking spots
  • Sufficient developers contribution
  • 638 car parking places for the Town Centre allocate sites
  • Insufficient developers contribution
  • Loss of Town Centre parking as a result of development

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Risk Register

Heritage Statement

No Heritage Statement

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16 Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R12

Land at Hunter House

Housing:

  • 48 new dwelling
  • 35% affordable dwellings

Planning Permission

  • 48 new dwellings
  • 16 affordable dwellings
  • Less than 48 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable housing

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

  • Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP
  • No net loss of Town Centre parking – 638 parking spots
  • Sufficient developers contribution
  • 638 car parking places for the Town Centre allocate sites
  • Insufficient developers contribution
  • Loss of Town Centre parking as a result of development

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Risk Register

Heritage Statement

No Heritage Statement

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16 Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R13

Chatham Way Car Park

Housing:

  • 31 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable housing

Planning Permission

  • 31 new dwellings
  • 10 affordable housing
  • Less than 31 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable housing

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

  • Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP
  • No net loss of Town Centre parking – 638 parking spots
  • Sufficient developers contribution
  • 638 car parking places for the Town Centre allocate sites
  • Insufficient developers contribution
  • Loss of Town Centre parking as a result of development

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Risk Register

Heritage Statement

No Heritage Statement

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16: Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R14

William Hunter Way Car Park

Housing:

  • 300 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable housing
  • 5% Self and Custom Build dwelling

Planning Permission

  • 300 new dwellings
  • 105 affordable housing
  • 15 self and custom build
  • Less than 300 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable housing
  • 90% or less self and custom build

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

  • Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP
  • No net loss of Town Centre parking – 638 parking spots
  • Sufficient developers contribution
  • 638 car parking places for the Town Centre allocate sites
  • Insufficient developers contribution
  • Loss of Town Centre parking as a result of development

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Risk Register

Heritage Statement

No Heritage Statement

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16: Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R15

Wates Way Industrial Estate

Housing:

  • 46 new dwellings

Planning Permission

  • 46 new dwellings
  • Less than 80 dwellings

 

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

   

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

R16

Land off Doddinghurst Road

Housing:

  • 200 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable

Planning Permission

  • 200 new dwellings
  • 70 affordable
  • Less than 200 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable housing

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

R19

Land at Priests Lane

Housing:

  • 75 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable

Planning Permission

  • 75 new dwellings
  • 26 affordable

 

  • Less than 75 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

   

Infrastructure:

  • Replacement playing field
  • Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP
  • Replacement playing field
  • Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

R21

Land South of Ingatestone

Housing:

  • 161 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable

Planning Permission

  • 161 new dwellings
  • 56 affordable dwellings
  • Less than 161 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable

 

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Rik Register

Heritage Statement submitted with application

No Heritage Statement submitted with application

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16 Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R22

Land adjacent to the A12, Ingatestone

Housing:

  • 57 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable dwellings
 
  • 57 new dwellings
  • 20 affordable
  • Less than 57 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP

 

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Rik Register

 

Heritage Statement submitted with application

No Heritage Statement submitted with application

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16 Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

R23

Brizes Corner Field

Housing:

  • 23 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable

Planning Permission

  • 23 new dwellings
  • 8 affordable
  • Less than 23 new dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

R24

Land off Stocks Lane

Housing:

  • 40 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable

Planning Permission

  • 40 new dwellings
  • 14 affordable
  • Less than 40 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

R25

Land North of Wollard Way

Housing:

  • 40 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable

Planning Permission

  • 40 new dwellings
  • 14 affordable
  • Less than 40 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

R26

Land North of Ochard Piece

Housing:

  • 30 new dwellings
  • 35% affordable

Planning Permission

  • 30 new dwellings
  • 10 affordable
  • Less than 30 dwellings
  • 90% or less affordable

Assess why the housing requirements are not being met. If there are viability concerns, update the Viability Assessment.

Consider whether a call for site should be undertaken and additional sites allocated to ensure the borough can meet its identified housing needs

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

E11

Brentwood Enterprise Park

Employment:

25.85 ha of employment

Planning Permission

25.85 employment – B2, B8, and sui generis

90% or less employment

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements and early years child care as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

E12

Childerditch Industrial Estate

Employment:

20.64 ha of employment land

Planning

Permission

24.64 employment – Class E, B2, B8, and sui generis

90% or less employment

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements and early years child care as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Risk Register

Heritage Statement submitted with application

No Heritage Statement is submitted with application

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16: Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

E10

Codham Hall Farm

Employment:

9.6 ha of employment

Planning Permission

9.6 ha employment – Class E, B2, B8 or sui generis uses

90% or less employment

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements and early years child care as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

E13

East Hordon Hall

Employment:

9.6 ha employment

Planning Permission

9.6 ha employment – Class E, B2, B8, or sui generis

90% or less employment

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements and early years child care as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

Environment and Heritage:

National Risk Register

Heritage Statement submitted with application

No Heritage Statement submitted with application

Consider how the Council can contribute to measures to improve the condition of the ‘at risk’ heritage assets. Consider whether policy BE16: Conservation and Enhancement of Historic Environment is contributing to the neglect of the heritage assets, and if so, consider whether the policy should be reviewed.

E08

Land Adjacent to A12 and Slip Road, Ingatestone

Employment:

2.06 ha employment

Planning Permission

2.06 ha employment – Class E, B2, B8, or sui generis

90% or less employment

Assess the reasons why employment land provision is not being achieved.

 

Consider a refresh the HELAA to identify additional employment sites to meet job growth.

Infrastructure:

Developers contribution to Highway improvements and early years child care as required by the IDP

 

Sufficient developers contribution

 

Insufficient developers contribution

 

Work with lead organisations and developers to unblock delivery of infrastructure projects. If necessary review alternative ways of meeting the infrastructure needs.

 

 
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