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Author Gilg, Andrew W.

Title Planning in Britain : understanding and evaluating the post-war system / Andrew W. Gilg.

Published London : SAGE, 2005.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  307.120941 GILG    AVAILABLE
 UniM Archit  307.120941 GILG    AVAILABLE
Physical description ix, 211 pages : illustrations, maps. ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [199]-206) and index.
Contents 1 How and Why the Planning System Evolved 5 -- Historical evolution of plan making 5 -- Development control system 32 -- 2 Issues in Evaluation 49 -- Public policy within the context of concepts of power and society 50 -- Why society may want planning to intervene, with what objectives and by how much? 55 -- Review of alternative delivery systems for planning 62 -- Problems involved with evaluating land use planning 67 -- Review and choice of evaluation methods 73 -- 3 Evaluating Planning Outputs 85 -- Plan making 85 -- Development control 96 -- 4 Evaluating Planning Outcomes and Impacts 111 -- Managing land use change outcomes 112 -- Selected studies of outcomes and impacts 130 -- 5 A Set of Evaluations and the Way Forward 153 -- Reminder of the issues and problems in evaluating planning 153 -- Four types of evaluation 154 -- A hybrid evaluation 173 -- Future as a mirror of the past 185 -- Personal postscript 195.
Subject Land use -- Great Britain -- Planning.
Land use -- Great Britain -- Planning -- Law and legislation.
ISBN 0761949291 (cased)
0761949305 (paperback)