Planning in the UK: Agendas for the New Millennium

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The advent of the Labour government in 1997 provoked major change in the political landscape of the UK. Priorities changed and different themes moved to the top of the agenda such as local democracy, community, transparency, sustainability and co-ordinated or 'joined-up' thinking. Many of the new priorities, such as community empowerment, involved a reappraisal of the purpose and procedures of planning, while others changed the legislative and institutional frame within which planning operated.

This indispensable volume traces and analyzes the implications for planning created by this political shift. Presenting an overview of the general debates on contemporary UK planning, the book proceeds to identify four major areas as key themes for planning in the third millennium. These are: the new institutional context; ensuring social inclusion and participation; promoting sustainability; and the debate over building at higher densities on Brownfield sites. Illustrated with in-depth case studies, the book provides a timely and important examination of the current state of planning in the UK and suggests best-case scenarios for the future.

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Table of Contents

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1 An Agenda for the New Millennium 1
2 Instrumental Rationality, Intelligent Action and Planning: American Pragmatism Revisited 11
3 Theorising Participation: Pulling Down the Ladder 33
4 Shaping the Planning Profession of the Future: The Role of Planning Education 65
5 Developing Indicators to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Land Use Planning 91
6 Asymmetrical Devolution, Institutional Capacity and Spatial Planning Innovation 103
7 Shaping our Future: Public Voices - a New Approach to Public Participation in the Regional Strategic Framework for Northern Ireland 119
8 New Approaches to Regional Spatial Planning? 131
9 Building Sustainable Networks: A Study of Public Participation and Social Capital 157
10 Changing Patterns of Social Exclusion in Dundee 183
11 Neighbourhood Regeneration: Delivering Holistic Area-Based Strategies 203
12 Love Thy Neighbour: Good Neighbour Agreements 225
13 Public Involvement in Residential Conservation Planning: Values, Attitudes and Future Directions 237
14 Understanding Sustainability and Planning a England: An Exploration of the Sustainability Content of Planning Policy at the National, Regional and Local Levels 257
15 Mainstreaming Sustainable Development into Local Politics 279
16 Mitigating and Monitoring Ecological and Visual Impacts of EIA Projects 297
17 Brownfield Land: Owner Characteristics, Attitudes and Networks 317
18 Mixed Use, Densification and Public Choice 337
19 Brownfield Sites: Problems of Definition, Identification and the Evaluation of Potential 357
20 Who Needs Housing in the South East? 381
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