Calories are a bit low believe it or not.
Sedentary female average is 1,800, so about another 300 on top for exercise should do.
Having 1,500, may slightly increase the risk of one or two mild deficiencies in nutrient intake.
You would be advised not to just target the Legs and thighs and Bottom area. If you're not training the upper body I would suggest it, incorpoating things like Deadlifts, Bench pressing, Chin-ups, Bent over Rows, E-Z Bar Curls, Skullcrushers etc etc.
The running isn't necessarily an issue, though if you use a flat course, you may find it adaptive, meaning the body won't benefit from it as much after some weeks.
As for the diet, I'd add more protein in with the Carrots and Hummus snack.
You have one meal with a protein Bar in it and thne a veggie potion as an alternative. Whilst Protein Bars aren't always great, some are bettter than others, so I'm not going to say an outright no to it, but you need something like a bit of Ham, Turkey or something like that with the Veggie option, or some days you might get Protein and Carbs in the meal, but other days mostly Carbs, when you have the Veggie option.
You could have something about 2-3 hours after the last meal too, like Beans on Toast, some Nuts, a Ham Sandwhich, some Mushroom heads and a bit of Low Fat Cheese Grilled as examples.