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 University of Melbourne Author 
Author Leshinsky, Rebecca, 1968-

Title Instruments of Planning : Tensions and challenges for more equitable and sustainable cities.

Published Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2015.
©2016.

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Physical description 1 online resource (279 pages).
Series RTPI Library Series.
RTPI library series.
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- List of contributors -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Planning Instruments and the Urban Change Process -- Part I: Planning Challenges in a Context of Discontinuous Growth -- 2 Towards Equitable Intensification: Restricting Developer Gain and Compensating Planning Costs -- 3 Freedom's Prospect? Rethinking Red and Green Tape Reform as a Planning Instrument -- 4 The Problem/Solution Nexus and its Effect on Public Consultation -- Part II: Designing Strategies for Change -- 5 Community Deliberation as a Procedural Planning Tool: Examination of Vancouver and Melbourne -- 6 Targets for Affordable Housing: Supporting Equitable and Sustainable Urban Growth -- 7 Social Impact Assessment: Strategic Litigation Tool for Planning Law Decision-Makers -- 8 A Design-Led Approach for Enabling Collective Imagining of Sustainable Urban Futures -- Part III: Instruments to Implement Change -- 9 Would You Like a Code With That? Place-Based Planning and Mapping Neighbourhood Fields of Care -- 10 Transferable Development Credits Puts Growth in its Place -- 11 Managing Urban Intensification through Conservation Covenants -- 12 Regenerating Cities: Creating the Opportunity for Greyfield Precinct Infill Development -- Part IV: Technology in Planning - Supporting Urban Policy and Decision-Making -- 13 Policy and Planning on the Interface of Socio-Technical Systems: Novel Approaches to Policy Development -- 14 Engaging the Greyfields: Community Engagement and Co-Design in Residential Redevelopment of Public Housing -- 15 Technology in Urban Planning: Spatial Hedonic House Price Model as an Information Tool -- 16 Instruments of Planning: Tensions and Challenges for More Equitable and Sustainable Cities -- Index.
Summary Instruments of Planning: Tensions and Challenges for more Equitable and Sustainable Cities critically explores planning's instrumentality to deliver important social and environmental outcomes in neoliberal planning landscapes. Because each instrument is unique and may be tailored to its own jurisdictional needs, Instruments of Planning is a compendium of case studies from urban regions in Australia, Canada, the United States and Europe, providing readers with a collection that critically challenges the role and potential of planning instruments and instrumentality across a range of contexts. Instruments of Planning captures the political, institutional, and economic challenges that confront planning. It examines planning instruments designed to assist with strategic planning and implementation, and considers the role that technology plays in unpacking and understanding complexity in planning. Written by Rebecca Leshinsky and Crystal Legacy of RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, this book fills the gap in planning theory about the instrumentality of planning in the neoliberal urban context. It is essential reading for students, urban researchers, policy analysts and planning practitioners.
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Local Note Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other author Legacy, Crystal, 1980-
Subject City planning.
Sustainable urban development.
Urban policy.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781317607885 (electronic bk.)
9781138812048