Local agenda 21 and planning practice: structural transformation or window dressing?

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Doak, Joe;
  • Publisher: University of Reading

Local Agenda 21 seeks the meaningful involvement of a wide range of local groups and stakeholders in the formulation and implementation of public policy and a free flow of communication and discussion between them and their respective local authorities (and other areas ... View more
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