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Spatial Planning, Devolution, and New Planning Spaces

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

In this context, the paper then discusses the implications of current development plans for the second-tier cities and proposals for Irish local government reform for securing compact urban development. His research is in the area of planning and development. Contributing to theoretical debates in planning, state restructuring and governance, it also outlines and critiques the contemporary practice of spatial planning. Graham Haughton is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Hull. In centralized, monocentric states such as Ireland, there has been a general ambivalence towards urban policy for cities outside the capital city, and historically, this has prevented the development of a strong, diversified urban hierarchy undermining prospects for balanced regional development.

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The New Spatial Planning: Territorial Management with Soft Spaces and Fuzzy Boundaries (RTPI Library Series)

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

We review some potentially helpful work in political sociology to develop framework that, rather than seeing planners failing to develop appropriate spatial and governance imaginations, may contribute to a better understanding of how planners pursue interests, attempt to manage the costs of collective action and assess institutional constraints and political opportunities. Inadequate regulation of spatial development is at the origin of the current global crisis and increases, in years of crisis, the unequal distribution of wealth. The Localism Act 2011 created an opportunity for local communities to form neighbourhood forums and to prepare their own neighbourhood development plans in urban and rural areas in England. The study was based on interviews with elite respondents in or close to the Planning Inspectorate together with documentary sources. The Multiple Streams Framework offers a theoretical account of how policy proposals move from latent possibilities to becoming favored for implementation. Geoff Vigar is Director of the Global Urban Research Unit at the University of Newcastle.

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The New Spatial Planning : Professor Graham Haughton : 9780415483353

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

Rethinking Planning: State Restructuring, Devolution and Spatial Strategies 3. Subsequent academic debates examined the extent to which localism and the Big Society provide a vehicle for the further evolution of the neoliberal project Levitas, 2012;Newman, 2013. Seen from this perspective planning is a form of, or contributor to, neoliberal spatial governance. Using a rich empirical resource base, this book takes a critical look at recent practices to see whether the new spatial planning is having the kinds of impacts its advocates would wish. The New Spatial Planning: Territorial Management and Devolution 2. This commitment marked a key victory for the pro-dredging campaign of local residents.

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The New Spatial Planning

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

Congested Governance and the London Thames Gateway 9. It also pointed to the growing role of localist politics Haughton and Allmendinger, 2014. Spatial planning, strongly advocated by government and the profession, is intended to be more holistic, more strategic, more inclusive, more integrative and more attuned to sustainable development than previous approaches. Set against such claims, while addressing significant gaps in the evidence, this paper provides a critical review of participation in neighbourhood planning, supported by original empirical evidence drawn from case study research. English Spatial Planning and Dealing with Growth in the Leeds City Region 8. His research is in the areas of spatial planning, sustainable urban development, local and regional economic development, and urban and regional regeneration. Spatial planning, strongly advocated by government and the profession, is intended to be more holistic, more strategic, more inclusive, more integrative and more attuned to sustainable development than previous approaches.

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The New Spatial Planning : Professor Graham Haughton : 9780415483353

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

Whilst there are still significant challenges in mainstreaming in spatial planning settings, the identification and use of hooks and bridges collectively, enables traction to be gained for further advances; moving beyond the status quo to generate additionality and potential behaviour change within different modes of mainstreaming practice. We finally turn to some possible implications of the emerging paradigm. Lack of previous work on the Inspectorate, coupled with their key role in the national planning system, reinforced by recent reforms, emphasises the significance of the study. Table of Contents Preface 1. Neighbourhood planning, introduced through the Localism Act 2011, was intended to provide communities in England with new opportunities to plan and manage development.

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The New Spatial Planning: Territorial Management with Soft Spaces and Fuzzy Boundaries, 1st Edition (e

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

We explore how such an understanding helps explain temporal, spatial, and sectoral variance in planning as well as some of the characteristics of recent planning including scalar change, signature policy moments, resistance, tensions, and insurgent movements. The paper considers the implications for future planning policy and practice. Contributing to theoretical debates in planning, state restructuring and governance, it also outlines and critiques the contemporary practice of spatial planning. How and to what extent have these stresses and changes affected planning activities and knowledge? Five types of new planning spaces and spatial practices are identified, including new soft space forms of governance. We do this by tracing how conservative traditions of political thought and imagery of place were used to advance localism. Irish Spatial Planning and the Cork Experience 4.

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Graham Haughton, Philip Allmendinger, David Counsell & Geoff Vigar, The New Spatial Planning, Territorial Management with Soft Spaces and Fuzzy Boundaries, Routledge, 2009, 288 p, Hardback or Paperback

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

Using a rich empirical resource base, this book takes a critical look at recent practices to see whether the new spatial planning is having the kinds of impacts its advocates would wish. English planning again finds itself in a transition from one paradigm—spatial planning—to another—localism. English Spatial Planning and Dealing with Growth in the Leeds City Region 8. Initial reactions suggested that, rather than leading to the development of more housing, these initiatives would confirm all the stereotypes of local residents blocking unwanted development in their defined neighbourhoods. As Bas Waterhout, Frank Othengrafen and Olivier Sykes note in their contribution, changes in English planning seem to be more frequent and more dramatic than in many other European countries. The Wales Spatial Plan and Improving Policy Integration 7.

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Spatial Planning, Devolution, and New Planning Spaces

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

David Counsell is Lecturer in Planning and Sustainable Development at University College Cork. Using a rich empirical resource base, this book takes a critical look at recent practices to see whether the new spatial planning is having the kinds of impacts its advocates would wish. Contributing to theoretical debates in planning, state restructuring and governance, it also outlines and critiques the contemporary practice of spatial planning. Whilst its proponents describe a progressive style of governance and new territorial imaginations it is difficult to point to success on the ground. His research is in the areas of spatial planning, sustainable urban development, local and regional economic development, and urban and regional regeneration. The Wales Spatial Plan and Improving Policy Integration 7. The importance of the related risks for democracy draws attention to the systems of spatial governance and planning, through which States regulate spatial development.

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The New Spatial Planning: Territorial Management with Soft Spaces and Fuzzy Boun

the new spatial planning allmendinger philip haughton graham counsell david vigar geoff

Author Biography Graham Haughton is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Hull. More broadly, there has been a tendency to engage with the contradictions and tensions apparent in the localism agenda, acknowledging that this is certainly not a straightforward substitution of the market for the state and may open up unintended political possibilities Featherstone et al. Why momentum for action gathered at this point and not immediately after the 2012 floods appears to be related to two main catalysts. David Counsell is Lecturer in Planning and Sustainable Development at University College Cork. The systems of other countries had established beforehand that new rights for land use and for spatial development are rather assigned only after the public control of development projects and their distributional effects. His research is in the area of planning and development. Las conclusiones destacan avances de esta experiencia paralela a la ordenación del territorio española y europea donde, tras los conflictos y problemas detectados, se aboga por una planificación menos tecnocrática y más participada.

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