Information relating to the monitoring of plan policies, the monitoring report and permitted sites is collected regularly. This information not only allows us to monitor trends in the demand for minerals and the need for waste facilities but also acts as an evidence base to support any changes in policy development and implementation.
Monitoring plays an important part in our work as it allows the Planning Authorities to plan, monitor and manage the mineral and waste resources in Hampshire. The information is collated, analysed and published in a Monitoring Report.
Key information that is recorded and published includes:
Primary aggregates reserves (Sharp Sand and Gravel, Soft Sand)
Aggregates recycled, marine dredged, quarried and imported by rail
Waste diverted from landfill via recycling, composting, recovery
Waste capacity (installed and permitted)
Renewable energy (from waste products)
There are also a number of indicators linked to the policies contained within the Hampshire Minerals and Waste Core Strategy (2007).
The 2011/12 Monitoring Report for Minerals & Waste in Hampshire is now available: 2011-12_MR
Should you wish to buy a copy please contact us and we will supply you one in the post, the cost for doing so is £20.
The document below details the minerals and waste sites in Hampshire, it includes information on activities on site, whether a new planning permission was granted, a change from a site being active to inactive, or the completion of a site from restoration into aftercare.
Sites that are currently active are shown in bold.
To see sites from a specific district please select the relevant area
The purpose of the Local Aggregates Assessment (LAA) is to detail the current and future situation in Hampshire with respect to all aspects of aggregate supply, in particular with regards to the county’s land-won aggregate apportionment level up to 2030. The LAA covers the following areas:
Aggregates in Hampshire;
Total Aggregate Supply;
Future Aggregate Supply, Demand, Opportunities and Constraints;
Hampshire’s Local Approach; and
Conclusions and review of the Local Aggregate Assessment.
This AM2011 regional report for the South East has been prepared from returns made by quarry, wharf and rail depot operators to Mineral Planning Authorities (MPAs) or the Area Working Party (AWP) Secretary. Recycling and alternative materials data has also been included, together with a record of how applications have been determined, withdrawn or remain undetermined at the end of 2011. Where possible, trend comparisons are made with previous AM reports.
The 2011 AM report is available below: