Site Monitoring and enforcement is carried out by the County Council in accordance with the Local Enforcement Plan (previously known as the Monitoring and Enforcement Policy and Protocol).
The Local Enforcement Plan has recently been updated to reflect changes to legislation and national policy. It was adopted as Council policy in May 2015. A copy of the Plan may be viewed and downloaded below.
Local Enforcement Plan [PDF 160 KB]
The Plan sets out the Council's approach to dealing with alleged breaches of unauthorised development and secondly its proactive role in the regular monitoring of minerals and waste sites within the County.
Monitoring is undertaken in order to:
Ensure compliance with conditions attached to planning permissions and legal agreements and to ensure unauthorised development is brought under proper control.
The Local Enforcement Plan sets out an agreed course of action to be followed by the Monitoring and Enforcement team, in conjunction with Legal Services staff, when dealing with alleged breaches of planning control.
If you have any concerns or complaints regarding a County Council or minerals and waste development then please contact the Customer Contact Centre on tel: 0300 500 80 80, or you may submit your complaint using our online form.