Indicator 6.1, the number of local quarry liaison groups result for 2019 was three. This reduction from the baseline is due to the result of quarry closures, therefore, this is placed in the green category.
Indicator 6.2, the number of mineral planning applications incorporating sustainable drainage systems result for 2019 was 12.5% which is 1 out of 8 applications. This is placed in the red category.
Indicator 6.3, the area of best and most versatile agricultural land that would be lost to mineral development in new permissions result for 2019 was one. However, this was placed in the amber category because the benefits of the new restoration scheme for wildlife and overall biodiversity net gain deemed to outweigh the loss.
Indicator 6.4, new planning permissions for mineral development in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or World Heritage Site result for 2019 was zero. This is placed in the green category.
Indicator 6.5, new planning permissions for mineral development that result in the loss of, or harm to, assets of heritage value result for 2019 was zero. This is placed in the green category.
Indicator 6.6, change in the area, type and condition of Devon BAP habitats caused by mineral development result for 2019 was none. This was placed in the green category.