Perspectives on the role of UK planning in land and property markets

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Allmendinger, Philip ; Dunse, N. (2005)
  • Publisher: University of Reading

There is a popular view that land use planning regulations (‘planning’) is hostile to both development and the development industry. Part of the reason for the prominence of this view is the homogenising of the notion of ‘planning’ and its reduction to development control. This paper argues that panning controls in the UK are far more sophisticated and, drawing upon empirical evidence of key property interests proposes a more complex and nuanced view of planning controls that, in large part, has the support of the developers and others.
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    Allmendinger, P. and Tewdwr-Jones, M. (2000) New Labour, New Planning? The Trajectory of Planning in Post-New Right Britain, Urban Studies, 37 (8): 1379-1402 Allmendinger, P. and Thomas, H. (1998) (eds) Urban Planning and the British New Right, Routledge: London Ambrose, P. (1986), Whatever Happened to Planning?, Methuen, London Ball, M. Le Ny, L and Maginn, P. (2003) Synergy in Urban Regeneration Partnerships: Property Agents Perspectives, Urban Studies, forthcoming Caborn, R. (1998), quoted in 'Planning', 1 May, p.18 DTLR (2001a), Planning: Delivering a Fundamental Change, DTLR, London.

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