This accessible textbook offers the first critical introduction to
the UK's urban and rural planning policy. Andrew Gilg explains and
evaluates policy development at each of the key stages: Objectives:
what is the aim of planning in the UK? Methods: how appropriate is
UK planning legislation? Procedures: how effective are the planning
organizations and processes? Impacts: to what extent have planning
policies addressed planning problems? Teaching devices and case
studies are used throughout to illustrate the planning process. The
text concludes with a discussion of the measurement of the success
or failure of planning practices. Planning in Britain will be
essential reading for all planning students, as well as geographers
and land economists studying land use planning.
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