Commercial land data is used to monitor and research information
for county and district requirements.
The current commercial land statutory annual monitoring reports
are for the year 2011/2012. Individual reports
are available for each of the 12 local authority districts in
Kent and a summary report for Kent County Council area as a whole.
Medway Council produces its own monitoring report.
These reports provide information on the overall losses and
gains in commercial floor space across the county during the
year. The reports include the take-up of commercial
land allocated in the Local
Development Frameworks. Developments with
planning permissions not yet started, under construction and
completions by use class are also presented.
Ashford Borough (PDF, 515k)
Canterbury City (PDF, 590k)
Dartford Borough (PDF, 505k)
Dover District (PDF, 433k)
Gravesham Borough (PDF, 626k)
Maidstone Borough (PDF, 543k)
Sevenoaks District (PDF, 463k)
Shepway District (PDF, 434k)
Swale Borough (PDF, 561k)
Thanet District (PDF, 462k)
Tonbridge & Malling Borough (PDF, 513k)
Tunbridge Wells Borough (PDF, 561k)
Kent County Council Area (PDF, 863k)
A summary of the commercial floorspace completions for the year
ending 31 March 2012 is presented in
Commercial Floorspace Completions in Kent (PDF, 1,296k)
To accompany the annual monitoring reports we have
glossary of commercial land terms (PDF, 321k).
Past versions of the commercial land statutory monitoring
reports are available upon request from email@example.com
Other commercial land information is gathered from a variety of
independent reliable sources, such as the Land Registry and the
Valuation Office Agency. This can be used to supplement and
support the annual monitoring process. This statistical information
includes stock figures, floorspace, rateable values and vacancy
rates. The latest available information is presented in
Non Domestic Rates (Business Rates) 2011/2012 (PDF, 520kb)
If you have any difficulty accessing any of these documents,
please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for an alternative.